Elephant Pepper Camp
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... visa even tho they had kept insisting they needed to pay $50. The other officer had already let Cam and Jim go through with a comment that they were late but no biggie, have a nice day but Mr official made this into a HUGE issue and called Jim and Cam back in. The 4 of them sat in a room with our guide Stephen while he figured out what he could do with 4 illegal aliens. Really. Took him about 40 minutes to figure out they ...
... single fatality, this time!!! Then we noticed a single wildebeest come forward, who had been left behind by the herd. He hesitated several times. By this time there were about six vans watching this unfold. We also noticed a fast moving object in the river. Away he went, down the embankment, across the river and up the other side. A great cheer went up from the spectators. Fortunately, the object in the water was ...
... it will be something that i really feel when i get home as i have a bit of time to kill before starting back at work in January. After the heavy chats we got talking about a personal empowerment programme that world youth runs that you are able to attend for free after coming back from your volunteering, they have life coaches and it sounds like it would be an amazing thing to come home and do, the next one is being held in October ...
... cheetahs. After our early morning drive, we had breakfast and chill time. Naps and reading by some, games and playing by the kids. We actually got Tyler to come out of his room and play cards. There is also a family of monkeys that likes to come visit. The mom has a very young one and it was fun watching them play. You can't feed or touch them and they do get quite aggressive. The boys didn't zip the tent all the way and the monkey left a surprise on the floor. ...
... abruptly as it began, it’s over and we’re off. Apparently we paid somebody something? A bribe? Damages? All of the witnesses said it was the other driver’s fault, and Lillian things he’s “drog-ged” (drugged). At any rate, it’s interesting to see how a car accident is handled in the Maasai culture. I would have taken pictures if I thought I could get away with it.
Finally, we roll up ...