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... of course beside a dam with little turtles swimming and poking their heads out of the water waiting for food. Then back to the lodge( running a bit late) where the guys there were waiting for us as a tradition there is that everyone has dinner together. The tables are set up in a circle around a huge fire pit. We were welcomed back with a lovely greeting again with beer and gin (again) with great food and heaps of it. There was ...
... wildebeest, waterbuck, duiker, hippo, nyala. We do the same again today & then again tomorrow morning before moving to Maholoholo Forest Camp. Everyone gets on well and all seem like fun. It's going to be a great 3 weeks! 31st October. What an amazing 24 hours since I wrote this last. The afternoon game drive ( after yet another delicious High Tea) was fabulous. We saw so much and then caught up with another small herd of Elephant. We ...
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Getting to and from our last camp, Makololo Plains in Hwange National Park, Zimbabwe, was an ordeal, more of an adventure than we wanted, and will be the subject of that other commentary, but the camp itself was fine. The staff is all men, and we counted 19 of them on the final night to provide service for our 15 people. It sits at the edge of a large open plain with several watering holes and lots of animals, especially elephants. ...
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Today was my first stint in the nursery were we bottle feed the youngest babies and make up food for the meercats and the larger cubs in cub world. Was a really cute morning but took ages for some reason, might have been because we were all taking photos.
Once I had finished there I went on my first trip out, ended ...
At long last I am finally in Johannesburg! All went well on all legs of my flight. I had a long 5 hour layover at Dulles Airport, but left there on South African Airways right on schedule.
The plane was an Airbus and in economy class there are 8 seats across each row. I was in seat 56D so I was pretty far back. Luckily I have an aisle seat and for the entire flight the two seats to ...