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This morning was a very very early morning 04:15 alarm!! Too many fours and fives for my liking but that's what you have to do to be at Kruger National Park when the animals wake up, and to beat the crowds! Our guide was absolutely fantastic. He was the first in the gates which meant that the game wasn't scared off by previous travelers. And our bonus was that we DID get to see the big 5 - elephant, rhino, lion, leopard and Cape buffalo. Impala are abundant in the park ...
... had us all form a circle and we all took turns dancing in pairs. It was a magical night, truly incredible, where everyone loses their inhabitions and really enjoys themselves. The dancers themselves were fantastic, the energy and soul they put into their routine was obvious.
We then sat down to a delicous dinner and interesting converstaion. I sat next to Brady Forseth and Tani Austin from the Starkey Foundation and promised them I would be on ...
... knowledge of the situation in Syria and I was not about to challenge him on that one. I did state my perspective with Obamacare and we had nice chat with our other fellow entrepreneurs. Ric************ and his companies are very active "using business as a force for good" and set a great example and the bar high as to what social responsible is with all of their good works and activities.
The next morning we were woken up early for morning ...
... large and small, who were having some sort of angry confrontation with one another. Some of the little ones hopped into a tree while the big males began chasing one another, loudly grunting all the while. They passed within inches of us and in fact we were encircled for a short time before slowly driving away. We followed three baboons who were chasing one another, along a low concrete bridge which passed over the Sabie River. Halfway along the bridge, we ...
... they grow on a stalk which advances in height as the lower leaves of the plant die off.
We made a quick stop again for water and restrooms, and then we neared Hazyview, our final destination. The driver took us to a hotel with the same name as ours, only a differing location. We questioned about the location and eventually convinced him that this wasn't the right place. It turns out that the hotel is a popular chain in the country and ...
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