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... Now in Australia a bush camp is usually a fairly primitive structure with very basic conveniences where you get to spend a couple of uncomfortable days enjoying the bush experiences and loathing the accommodations. This was most definitely not like that. A beautiful thatched roofed open plan building greeted us complete with timber framed folding glass doors tucked back so that from any angle you could overlook the small waterhole. An island cooking station was ...
... I've even grown to love Riley, who refused to drink or come anywhere near me for three weeks. Every single baboon has such a unique personality, and I think 6 weeks here has allowed me to see them grow up. It is the most rewarding feeling, to know that you are helping baboons and monkeys which would otherwise be dead, put out of their misery after hunters have orphaned them because it was 'fun'. I've even grown to love a samango monkey which has been ...
... 30C. George also had a good shot of whisky to relax a little after the long drive. Around 3:00 PM, Maleta banged on the "dinner drum" to alert us that lunch was served. “Hello, lunch is ready. We gonna have…” We were joined by David and Terry (who’d already spent 1 day at the camp), corportate lawyers who met in New York and moved to Atlanta, Georgia from where Terry hails. Also, joined by Sue and Gillian recently from Australia. They ...