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... first 2 then 4 then 8 and then many. They were walking towards us. Though 10-20 ft far from the vehicle I could see them closely. I felt like i should get to touch them,interact with them, but being a forest area this was not allowed. I was observing these creatures for a long time, some very very tall, some were short, some had slender neck while few of them had a fat neck. All kinds and they were grazing with their heads down as the plants ...
... with their family.
We then had a tour of the facility, where there were offices, a classroom, dormitories, and a dining room with lovely food being prepared by the fantastic staff. They painted on the hatch to the kitchen 'a window of hope' illustrating the importance of providing food to these children and the wider implications of this fantastic project.
There was also a special training ...
... here so the linen has stuck to her clammy knockers and the sweat from her bum crack. She truly is a sight I will remember forever.
This evening I told a woman she was an ignorant ***** too. She refused to allow me to get a plate at dinner as she was queueing for food and was stood In front of the plates. I asked nicely and she just turned away. I think she was from Russia so I'm assuming she was queueing for bread. Judging by her carb heavy ballast it had to be bread.
... drive to the lodge. However we never expected to see as much as we did. There were gazelles. There were other gazelle type critters .... Dikdik and more. So cute. I really wanna see one get killed by a leopard or lion. Either or I don't mind I'm not fussy.
At one point we saw an elephant. Then we turned a corner and were literally surrounded by a heard of them. It was incredible. There were little ones. There were some playing in the water. One stood in front of us and stared at ...
... bugs here called
“jiggers” that embed themselves in your skin and are typically
found in your feet. I kept saying “No, they're called 'chiggers'.
My friend Tiffany had them all the time growing up- just put clear
nail polish on them.” Well, I was wrong. Yes the clear nail
polish works- don't ask my how I happened to have some- but they
actually have to be taken out once dead. I would say about 10
scholars have ...