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An early morning game drive with Judy, took us on lots of little tracks and there seemed to be only small herds of impala and a couple of giraffes until we sighted 3 klipspringers on a rocky outcrop. They are very small but have rubbery hooves which enable them to leap from rock to rock. Their thick hairy coat is used to make saddles. We had been on our drive for a couple of hours when we came upon Mama Sinah and her helper under ...
... was a mysterious radio message telling him NOT to drive through a particular entrance to the lodge. I thought it was because there was something wild lurking there, but before I could ask, we turned into a clearing and under the shade of a tree there was this magnificent breakfast spread - white table cloths, chairs with pristine white covers, a choice of breads and spreads, juices, coffee, tea, cereals, fruit, a smiley Thuli ready to make us a hot breakfast of eggs, ...
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It was a small Embraer - 3 seats to a row. The inflight magazine had particularly interesting articles on matrix organisations and leadership - the subject of many conversations at work in recent weeks. We were "free to take ...
... had made us lunch of ham, luncheon meat and salad and iced roobus tea.
After our lunch we set out on our first game drive with Doug. The vehicle seats nine in the back and two in the front. We were so thrilled to see so many animals grazing contentedly near the road. They just looked at us with mild curiosity and offered so many photo opportunities. We saw giraffes, Impala, elephants, white rhino, a solitary kuda with spectacular antlers taking water at a ...
... each camp. The fridges and food cabinets are outside of the bungalows, but in big cages that lock. We locked ours, but there was enough of a gap with our cable lock that some got in and ate all of our rice, our sugar and they were working on our granola when we arrived. You've never seen such a hopped-up bunch of monkeys like this before. They were going crazy, jumping all over the place. We assume it was the sugar. Damn monkeys. They ****** and **** ...