Safari Court Hotel
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... or try to be involved but it hasn't been fun for us. This year, we decided to do something about it. We bought ourselves two ukes, learned how to chord and pick some simple pieces and we brought ukes to Namibia. We did not tell Gail and Pat about what we had done. When they arrived, we serenaded them with The Tennessee Waltz. We have more ukes with us than anywhere in Namibia! Life will be interesting.
On December 26th, Chris and Pat went to get our 'home' for ...
... airport...there's a kind of direct, fun, and a bit irreverent sense of humor among the Africans that I enjoy. Everyone has been extremely friendly. In the Windhoek Airport we walked from our plane to the terminal on the runway dodging planes and fuel trucks!
Driving was scary since I have NEVER driven on the left side of the road in ...
... en Namibie et ils se sont fait amis avec une famille namibienne. Cette année, ils voulaient offrir quelque chose à cette famille mais que ça ne ressemble en rien à de la charité. Ayant 2 jeunes ados, ils ont donc choisi un ado du même âge que leurs jeunes et ont emmené celui-ci avec eux pour faire le tour du pays, une chance â saisir car la famille namibienne ne pourra jamais offrir cette opportunité à un de ses enfants. Le jeune aura donc l'occasion de connaître son pays. ...
... was Peet Alberts Koppie (a rock outcrop) named after the former owner of the farm, which had San rock engravings many thousands of years old. Incredible to think they have lasted so long. There are over 1300 engravings in this granite koppie, mostly of animals such as giraffe, elephants and antelopes, with one of the giraffe engravings being the biggest in Namibia. Very few people visit these engravings ...
... developing a new enclosure for the stink mouse (looks like a skunk - without the smell). Tom and Tim teamed up together and I was lucky enough to work with Balone, one of the local bushman. He worked like a machine and put us all to shame!
We were there at a time when all the new born lambs and goats were arriving. Eadie, a goat that wonders around the sanctuary freely, had twins - one brown, one white. However, the ...