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... for me but most British people don't play football when it's over 30 degrees with no shade! There were other activites to get involved with such as wall climbing, abseiling and bridge swinging. Each one costing 15 rand which is less than £1. I had a wonderful time. Some of the friends we made who are German volunteers near cape town are currently on a road trip so have stayed with us this weekend. ...
... rescue elephants they are used to people, but you still have to be careful so as not to be trod on or kicked.
Mac, our guide, was very informative and gave us lots of "ellie" information. He also gave us the history and personalities of the elephants. Each one has its own distinct personality and position in the group.
It was a fantastic experience especially for Debs who has always wanted to touch an elephant. It is also possible to ride ...
... with an ice cream cone at Uniondale and headed towards Knysna. We embarked on an 80 km drive on a narrow dirt road (gost track!!!), hugging the cliffs and edging our way around every bend, up and down over the mountains . The scenery was spectacular, but I was too scared to look Hence, there are no photos, as there was not anywhere to pull up alongside the road (there was no 'alongside of the road!) to take a photo! Luckily, my ...
... it was an earthy bowl of vomit with edible flowers! Kylie ate a lot of hers to be polite. I did not! You know that dogs eat grass to vomit? This must be the vegetation they were after! Talking of dogs our posse were fast asleep in front of the fire. Topaz was playful when awake, well bitey when awake. He bites a lot. We re-name him bitey!
I woke up in the night (2am) to Phil elbowing me asking me to switch the lamp ...
... t imagine how we’d have dealt with facing such beasts.
Our day hadn’t been a complete right off though, as we followed our morning looking for animals with a wee jump from the highest bridge bungee in the world no less! Rebecca, Iain and I were the only nutters who took this on, and the tiger made another, most amusing appearance, jumping from 216m!! Rebecca and I agreed that it hadn’t given us the same thrill as each of our previous ...