Morukuru Family Madikwe
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... that you are entering Big 5 country! Nonetheless, if Gordon and Sue (the owners) have no problem with a no-rifle policy, then we have little recourse but to trust their judgment. The scurrying of a scrub hare as well as a trip of helmeted guinea fowl greet us as they make their way down the road. JR wants to take us to a spot where he thinks there should be lions. The smell hits us first then ...
This morning we had a sleep in. As we got up I noticed four old male buffaloes walking past our room. They were on their way to the lodge's waterhole. Once we were packed up we walked to the lodge for breakfast. Gavin and Heidi congratulated us on our engagement. After breakfast we went for a walk to the boma and took some photos of the waterhole and the rest of the lodge views. We then checked out and drove to Johannesburg to continue our ...
... of the supposedly active holiday) and a nice larger exhibit going thorough the country's tribal history and some of the local wildlife and fauna. It was organized and relatively well cared for. We spent the rest of the afternoon walking around the Main Mall waiting for hospital transport to arrive. Once she arrived we treated her to some KFC (her request) and I enjoyed soft serve for 2 Pula...about 25 cents. It was a very good ...
... worked with perform one of the tests, I was put in charge of performing the HIV tests. Fortunately, all the individuals I tested were HIV negative. During the last half hour of working at the clinic, no one was coming in to get tested for HIV, so I got to talk to the woman I was with, Gosenyang, about working in Botswana. It was so interesting to talk to someone who is so passionate about the work they do each day and I was so inspired when she shared with me her dream of opening ...
... and Impala. Luckily for the zebra they were not walking in the direction of the lions. The rest of the drive back to the lodge was pretty quiet.
At the end of the day I decided to go and sit in the hide- one of my favourite places- its quiet, peaceful and a great chance of seeing many animals. I didn't have to wait long, as a breeding herd of elephants soon came down to the waterhole to drink. They were right in front of me- a ...