Kichaka Luxury Game Lodge
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... ve been on two safaris before, one at Mala Mala near Kruger National Park and the other in Tanzania and Kenya, including a visit to the Masai Mara and the Serengeti. They are all different. Mala Mala is a wooded savannah. There were several different environments in Tanzania and Kenya; savannah, dessert and open plains. Kwandwe was an Albany Thicket. The animals are more abundant elsewhere than at Kwandwe, but we did see the big five. ...
... anything, they are eating. I'm touched to think that my scribbles of grass, acacia, succulent*, will be included in the final report of up to a decade's worth of data. We learn so much, how certain plants can change their taste from sweet to bitter to protect themselves against being eaten and how to tell the difference between the poo of white and black rhino - all in the content and the colour.
... an evening with Ange at the 'Crooked Billet' in Wimbledon; leaving for Oxford on Tuesday 1.5; 3 days in Oxford and Chip's graduation on 3.5; two nights with Ioanna's folks in Derbyshire; 1 night with Barbara in York and then 4 days in Scotland from 7-10.5 before flying from Edinburgh to London on 11.5 and arriving home on 12.5.
Donee, our housesitter, saw us ...
... The students aren't yet here but should be returning in coming weeks. The sisters are all very nice and welcoming, though the convent's a little quiet! We're straight off to school in the morning so getting straight into it which will be nice. We're expecting it to be quite a challenge but are looking forwards to getting ...
... Jumeria Palm Island) – many of which are in the Guinness Book of
Records for things like tallest building, fastest and highest elevator,
building with most rotating floors etc.
I visited Sheikh Saeed Al Maktoum’s House and Camel Museum,
the Souk Madinat Jumeirah (a traditional market) and the Wafi. The shopping
centres are amazing, very glitzy with fab shops, but I found them very
I had a cruise ...