Shingala Guest House
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... stop of the morning, a complex called Shukara, which consisted of lodgings, a restaurant, museum, restrooms, and a gift shop, all surrounded by a very large electrified fence. We were all grateful to get out and stretch our legs. The air was still cool enough to be comfortable at this point. We spent some time chatting with the Belgian guys. Serge confessed that he had forgotten to put the battery in his camera before leaving his hotel room, so we offered to send ...
... otherwise it was just an immense field of grass. Large herds of cattle could be seen from time to time in the distance. As time passed, the landscape continued to change. We found ourselves winding through canyons with steep walls on either side of us. There were what looked like cactus dotting the hillsides, and Obid mentioned they were actually a plant called "mountain aloe." Upon closer examination later, they indeed resemble a typical aloe plant, ...
... and held them high in the air -- lo' and behold, they were all books on birds and all were authored by Ian Michler.
Oh, for the love of God.
So Karl, my wingman for life, reaches over and puts his hand on Ian's shoulder and said, "If you only knew how often things like this happen. She's got no off switch and the edit function in her brain doesn't always work properly. Man, she didn't mean anything by it, she just doesn't like birds as a rule. But I'm sure she's ...
... set tables, and incredible serving stations around the perimeter. It really was a sight to behold. Karl and I met up with some YPO friends from Zambia who are at the other bush lodges, shared some safari stories over cocktails, and then dug into another delicious meal. We sat with Bill and Theresa Blair (Johannesburg), Frank and Malia Love (Oklahoma), and John and Carol Levy (Dallas) and what a great night we had. Bill is a world class raconteur, ...
... br> The vehicle is a Land Rover Defender, which is an open truck with four rows of seats. It also has a seat on front of the left front fender, where the tracker sits. Our tracker is named Sylvester, and he is apparently very good. He says he’s 42 years old, but he doesn’t look it. Alan explained Besides Kaaren and I and Murray and Nancy, we also have a younger couple with us named Rob and Akke (pronounced like “Akka”), both also from Canada. ...
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