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... observation of their eating habits, due to time constraints. But the fact we found them meant that tomorrow elephant group will be able to find them quicker. We also heckled the camera traps in the area for elephant damage. But they both still existed, so this was a good sign. We left them and ran into the elephant herd on the way back to base. Ok, so not literally... But within 100 metres which gave is a good view of the 5 we ...
... The men were all out working with the maize fields and the animals, so the village had just women and children at home. And it was awesome! We spent an hour or so talking to the ladies about village life, playing with the kids, getting painted a little bit in ochre, having a natural perfume demo which was just burning fragrant leaves that they waft under their arms and up their skirts (they never shower, only this) and doing some shopping at the little market they set out for us. ...
Woke up early to go skydiving, and after filling in various forms and getting beer for afterwards we were ready to go. Bit of waiting around, getting more and more nervous, but we were one of the first few and soon it was time to get into our very attractive boiler suits and into the plane! Nice scenic flight over the desert and sea, then all too soon we were being strapped to our instructor and the plane door ...
... is our truck breaking?) It was a full driving day and we got to our camp around 5pm. After setting up our tents we drove to Dune 45 the largest Dune in that area. We walked up the Dune to watch the sunset, it took us about 45 minutes to walk up – hmmmm is that where the Dune gets its name from? Back at camp we saw the Gecko truck. During our time in Africa there have been several other safari trucks which we pass, they are Adventure Travels, Gecko ...
... producing that warm glow in the sky as we made our ascent. How do you sit on top of a sand dune? How do you make sure you don’t topple and fall? I felt remarkably unsteady – and remember lightheaded due to my lack of fitness. I took the route that nobody else took. I straddled the crest of the dune. Surely that’s the best approach. At least I felt safe.
And so it was time to just sit. To just sit and be and watch the ...