Sanctuary Chief's Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for the board was higher than the number of trees available. There were two in each boat and because they were flat bottomed they felt very unstable. It did not help when Newman pointed out a small croc on the other side of the channel we were heading down. However, we soon relaxed and enjoyed the tranquility of being pushed down the channel. We managed to see some elephants crossing the river. It was extremely cute watching ...
... noise, walk in single file and to not run, regardless of the circumstance..... Our first sighting was of warthogs having fun in the shallow waters but as they bounded away we saw a bull elephant standing in the shadows. After taking a couple of photos the elephant began moving toward us and Amos quickly but quietly motioned for us to follow him. He led us off the main track and ...
... with the BBL kids. At 7:45 we headed off towards Bana Ba Letsatsi. There, we had some time to hang out and play with the kids while waiting for transportation to take us to the Maun Sports Complex, where the games would take place. When we all finally got there (transporting 60 BBL kids and 20 Leadership Exchange kids is no small feat!), we convened on the large soccer field at the center of the complex. There, we split up into 2 groups for the first round ...
... that was being eaten by hundreds of vultures. It was disgusting but fascinating at the same time. And the smell! Ugh!!! Word's can't describe.
Another highlight of the animal spotting over the weekend was watching a group of elephants swim and play in the water. The elephants literally laid down in the river and fully submerged their bodies under the water. Then they started wrestling and playing with each other. It was as if we were watching a group ...
This afternoon I went for a drive with Paul to Abjaterskop Gate to pick up staff returning from leave. We drove a different route than normal. Along the river we saw an elephant standing in the river's shallow edge as it drank water.
Further along the track we spotted some white rhinos. A young one was walking towards us. Its little horn seemed to be missing. Then to the left of us another white rhino appeared out of the ...