Lalibela Game Reserve
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
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... I waited while the rest walked up to a viewpoint and back. In the meantime we met lots of tourists, Ralph took lots of picture of them with their cameras, and we got tips on what to see in Dresden...the lady church, and in Berlin the two hour boat ride.
We had lunch right in the water at Cattle Baron's. beers and very large portions we had by all. Some if them laughed it was the 'last supper' as they were getting ready to bungee jump.
... for a jeep (on bumpy tracks). We arrived back on the Western side in due course minus a few filings and were blessed with the sight of a pride of four, likely those we had seen yesterday, finishing off an unfortunate Wildebeast. The pride feeds in order of seniority, so 'finishing off' meant the male lion and two older lionesses had already eaten their fill and were fast asleep, on their backs, their feet straight up in the air (like Archie as Ella pointed out) whilst the ...
Mount Camdeboo Private Game Reserve
We stepped off our Game Drive vehicle and walked along the rolling golden hills of Mount Camdeboo, with a soft wind fresh on our faces. All was still except for the excited screeches of birds flushed from their foraging activities on the ground... and the game guard next to us, blowing a whistle crying out, "Come, boy! Come... Come, boy! We have some food for you!" Another whistle shrilled into the distance, and ...
... a permaculture vegetable garden with an experienced gardener who would have a lot to teach us. To our disappointment, we found that the garden was a patch of glorified weeds run by a self-proclaimed hippie named Stoney. And we were informed upon arrival that we would have to provide our own food. Needless to say, there was not much work for us and we mostly lazed around all day reading and socializing with the equally disillusioned Auzie and French volunteers. We ...
... she pads off just over the top of the hill, catching her breath under the shade of an overhanging rock. We think that's all she is going to allow today, but she humours us, coming back alongside our vehicles for a few more precious minutes, flirtatiously rolling and stretching in front of us purring her contentment for us all to hear. It really is magical, unexpected, purr-fect.