Jacana Safari Lodge
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Nice lodge, good food, very remote
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... I am unable to post any of the photos taken today until they are approved on Sunday. I hope they allow them as Corey did a really good job taking them. Stay tuned.
The thunderstorms have been pretty awesome here.
You cant imagine how boring it is lying in a tent for 5 hr. I was woken up at 1am by a freight train sleeping in the bed next to me. It was the loudest snoring I have had to put up with so far. Normally I would get on the net, but no internet here, or go for a walk, but there are animals here that want to eat me and mosquitos that want to kill me. Soo I have to lie here for 5 fukin hours!!
ONLY 10 DAYS TO GO
Im upgrading tonight no matter what the cost. ...
... surprise they were not frightened. We got to observe them for 10 minutes before they scampered into the jungle. Katie had the best eye for spotting monkeys. We saw the several little black monkeys with white jaws; and another kind, maybe a chimp, but it was at a distance. On the ride back we stopped in a small village to score Carol (and others) a (diet) Coke Zero. She was so happy! We turned in after a cold shower (no hot water in our room) and had a great night's sleep! More later. ...
... went to the labour suite the tour ended abruptly. There was a lady who was 34 weeks with no foetal heart ( via pinnards). There was a scanner available but no one appeared to be interested in diagnosing foetal demise and she was having a large bleed and a prolapsed hand My instinct was to pull an emergency bell and get help, but of course I was the help. Alison and I quickly changed into scrubs and assisted with cannulation. there was then ...
... does a bit of shouting at them to slow down. We head down a quieter road, but obviously it is not the right one, as the bike team stop and get more directions. Next thing we know, there are three on the bike, with Nyika on the back, and we do another u-ey, this time on a quieter road, and head back. About this time we pick up a car directing us, presumably sent by the hotel, and we finally turn into the security compound of the Red Chilli Hideaway (very well ...