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... out and knock someone's teeth out. So my bets were on the highest numbers possible, right at the safe end of the table. If I could've bet on number 783 I would have. We went into the restaurant much lighter, but we would compensate for the gaping hole in our wallets by the food in our bellies. As everyone's food came out i eagerly anticipated my meal. Ah. They forgot to cook my meal. I'm seriously not having a lot of luck ...
... the animal activity and chatter - how exciting! Having not slept I watched the most beautiful sunrise over the river sitting in bed - ahhhhhh!! The following day we went on a little fishing trip to catch a Tiger fish. I was the only one that was either lucky or skilled enough to land one he he. It was really good fun. I did feel like we looked like a couple of garden gnomes!! Moving on to Botswana tomorrow another long ...
... right away . When she threw her arm above her shoulders, she
tumbled downward and rolled hog style.
I had to concentrate on each step; while watching the people in our
group. With difficulty, I wriggled from beneath the weight on my
feet as I tried to stand erect and gaze up. I had a gnawing fear
that if I rested, I would turn around and just give up climbing to
the top. But I was determined not to ...
... no phone here, no internet. I love it!
Wednesday 22 jan.
Just enjoyed the sunrise. 06:40 hrs LT, outside sitting on my veranda. The curious little common Weaver birds joined me. They are really happy birds making a nice sound and chattering to each other, They come very close. Up to half a meter and sometimes even closer. (Not as close as the Jackal yesterday who was looking for a snack and wanted to eat out of my hand) No feeding of the animals at any ...
... some of the seediest people in Windhoek....they wanted to take them out....I told them not too. Those kids would have died". One of Musa's friends was also named Sean, and we got on well. He told of a time he visited Canada, and he was driving in St. Catherine's, Ontario and after a week of successful driving, his brain did a reset and he started driving on the wrong side of the road nearly causing a pile-up. Sean is also a tour guide. After about 90 minutes, Winslow was ...