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Great place and excellent staff, service!! watch out for the monkeys!!
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... developed a major problem with a spring. Just happened to be the spring under which Jan had been sitting!!!
The Sani Pass drive is often referred to as the “African Massage”. We would all agree!!!
After dinner we surprised Daniel by singing, very badly, our interpretation of the Elton John song “Daniel” which we had written during our lunch at Sani Pass.
Daniel is ...
... pied kingfisher, the giant kingfisher and the brown hooded kingfisher, the golden weaver and a fish eagle to finish off the display.
The group went to dinner at a local fish restaurant and as it was father’s day, Jan stood up and gave a speech that we would celebrate ‘blokes’ day, thereby giving each of the men in the group the chance to choose a lucky dip from her shopping bag – and ...
... creeping into all facets of life in Australia where it is fashionable to blame someone and to look elsewhere for someone to fix things. They are a lively bunch and fun to be with.
Public Transport is also interesting to observe. In rural districts almost every black person lacks private transport so they are dependent on "taxis" which are small vans with 8-15 seats that dash about the country from market place to market place between all towns. Most are painted white with ...
... I felt a bit useless. We moved several loads of shale that broke up as we tossed it onto the road and after watering and driving across it several times with the Toyota had a respectable new road and intersection. The guys then made a defining small brick wall along the edge of the road and it was a joy to watch this process, Satchmo the Lodge gardner was in charge of rock selection from our pile and he could look at a particular rock turn it this way or that and then just lay ...
... looked good by Thursday for race day on Saturday. On Friday morning early just as the wind was coming up a lady in one of the villages threw out some ashes from her fireplace but unfortunately they landed too close to the long dry grass and instantly a fire sprang up and began racing across the velt. Soon lots of people were out with cloth beaters and green branches hastily cut from trees to try to put it out or at least save their thatch roofed houses. It was a close call in a couple ...