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May 23 - Arrive at 9:15PM - need to gather our gear and clear customs before heading off to the hotel
May 24 - After breakfast we walk around the area by the hotel and enjoy the beautiful Birds of Paradise that surround the hotel
In the afternoon we arrange to visit a N'Belli village outside Pretoria. Our driver got lost and the trip took longer than expected, but once we arrived it was well worth the 2 1/2 Hrs of driving.
Goats and cows ...
... Lions & Lepoard... I got to pat a Cheetah :-) and its pretty cool to be only inches from the cats and hear them purring!!! :-) its very surreal...
Back at the lodge for a little break and some lunch before my last game drive :-) its really weird being here at the lodge, it's just me!!! Like my own private lodge hahahha
Last game drive of the trip... Please please please let me see a Lion!!! Had my own private car ...
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... now she's just hoping she can repeat it for real next Sunday in the actual test not a training one. After dropping Jill home and getting some lunch we headed out with Tracy to a place called Walkhaven dog park which is a large area with a café, bar, picnic areas and a dam that dogs are allowed to play off lead. It was about a 40min drive out of Jo'Burg towards Maropeng so not the closest but as Jean said there is nowhere in actual Jo'Burg that you are allowed to have dogs off ...
... I still got errors. I had a parcel arrive one day addressed to Mrs. F. Carton. Not EVEN CLOSE. But it made me smile.
Name spelling errors had long ago made me smile rather than grit my teeth, clench my fists and make the Grrrr…. face. I still do that on occasion, like when the bloke at the insurance company kept calling me Mister, he was doing it on purpose.
Recently however, things have taken a turn from smile to flat out ...