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... for our afternoon game drive where we happened on a pair of lions (brothers) who were lounging under a tree and then wandered over to watering hole to grab a drink before meandering off into the sunset. We hadn’t seen a lion since Serengeti so we were all thrilled. Back at camp for the evening and another thunderstorm rolled through that pretty much sent us all to bed early for lack of anything better to do.
The next day we drove 150km through the ...
... playing with the dogs...it was all a bit bizarre and I didn't appreciate the tourist attraction that the cheetahs seemed to be, I thought they should really be kept away from humans in an environment as similar to their own as possible. But they must obviously be happy as there was only a very small fence keeping them in, that they could scale if they wanted to!! =O The second area we saw was much better. The animals are kept out in the park and are able to hunt small ...
... to the dunes and started going with the
parasailing; figuring out which parasail for me and which one for Niko, which
harness, etc. He put a windsock up and for a while the wind was not going well
and it looked as thought we might have to cancel, but then it got better. So
there we went up the dune, my goodness that was hard work because the sand just
slips away underneath your feet. But when we were about halfway up, we received
instructions as to what ...
... filmt gibts uebrigens auch) - LOS - Ahhh! - und einen Meter vor der Schanze verkantet und elegant den Sand gekuesst. Sehr zur Unterhaltung meiner mittlerweile ca. 25 Zuschauer. Hab ich wohl fuer den Lacher des Tages gesorgt.^^ Das kann ich jetzt nicht auf mir sitzen lassen. Ich kletter wieder hoch und probiers nochmal - und lande 1m dnanach unsanft auf meinem Hintern. Jubel von oben :D ....und es war eiegntlich gar nicht so schlimm! ;)
Die naechste Runde gehts zum LieDown ...
... time on a quad bike, but by the end I was zooming up and around the dunes. The 2 hours when so quick, I could have gone again.
I ditched a group meal and went to a concert of 4 local choirs, one being the guys we heard at lunch. Many of the songs were in the local click language and with African dance moves. When our lunchtime group performed they had lots of young girls cheering and screaming. The main choir was raising funds to perform in ...