Voyager Ziwani, Tsavo West
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... the afternoon for lunch. We had great fun playing a game of chase with the children, playing frisbee, and teaching them to skip. One of the KOPpers also brought nail varnish, and was swamped by loads of children wanting their hands and fingers painted, even the boys! Danielle also got the children involved in a game of ring a ring a roses, which they loved, especially the falling down bit! Our cameras were also a popular form of entertainment, and they ...
... which you then kill and eat! The people there seemed very friendly but their
limited knowledge of English would mean that our conversations were restricted
to a monologue on their part. They would
rush through the greeting in one breath, saying ‘hello, how are you, fine!’
which we all found quite funny. Really
cute kids ran around the market stalls.
The children out there are given ...
... We pay her and she's all smiles and chirpy. She's beauty salon fake personality of the year. Over chipper and a massive smile that almost rips the corners of your mouth.
However as Smiths card is being processed she steps behind a screen that's up and she barks some unheard orders with a face like thunder and full of hate. Im watching her. And two down trodden miseries stand up and shuffle out from behind the screen.
I know an absolute ***** when I see one ...
... be better in a clicky mule.
After an hour and a half of bum crack sweating and trying to keep my face in the sun ... I'm still on holiday and still need to be a dark shade of navy when I get home - we got back to camp.
After sitting at the bar chatting to an older American couple Dennis and Janice - who were lovely - we found out that we were the only four people in the camp and headed off to meet Wilfred for our 4pm game drive. No sooner had we left the camp and ...
... for a rest.
Ben and Lizzie have invited us to have dinner with them, so Colin arranges for the fire to be lit at 7pm [cost 4OOsh, seems a bit expensive!]
We have a lovely meal and too many alcoholic drinks.
Thursday 19th January
We have a chill out day outside our shed. In the evening we go to the local bar and have draught beer at 7OSH a half pint. We are joined by Ben and Lizzie. The beer seems quiet strong even though it is only supposed to be ...