Shelly Beach Hotel
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... down to the river looking stuck on a ledge.
One of the most interesting and humorous animal encounters was the viewing of a male and female ostrich in the distance doing their ritual fan dance then getting it on. The lady ostrich’s reaction at the end was exhausted relief!..
At the end of the day we knew our safari game drives were done. We were able to see the Big Five and had ...
... cool. At this point Natalia would probably want me to say that is NOT a KOP endorsed activity so do it with care! We saw are a couple of hippos a matter of metres away which was exciting. It was refreshing break, and we made the most of it! That evening we celebrated three KOPper's birthdays and relaxed at the rooftop ...
... are Nike Rift.
My watch is either diesel or D&G.
My necklace is a solid silver one of a kind type affair.
I tell the boys if they want my soiled socks and under ware or the stained beach T-shirts I'm leaving. I am not the clothing mother theresa of Calcutta. I'm am not here on a national fashion envoy. And to be brutal some of the tourists need more help with the outfit choices.
So we shower, he sleeps, I watch monkeys and share the very last of my ...
... this way. If you looked you could see she did have a leg but it was very small. She managed well we named her Beadle. Well I did mark told me I was horrible and he thought she would end up being eaten. I hope not. Out of all the elephants she was the best one. It was quite remarkable to see her and she had survived for a good few years. Well done Beadle - proof that it's not always survival of the fittest. There is hope for all of us who are slightly left of centre.
... 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 ...