Thorn Tree River Lodge
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... his shirt and jacket. Omg, you have to understand that Bobby is very meticulous about his appearance and his sneaks are always as white as can be! My only disappointment is we were all laughing and I dn get a picture. I am laughing as I type this and waking HJ up. We went out again this afternoon after a rest. I went for a walk - am eating bread, bread and rolls! Diet when I get home. We have been so lucky weather wise. This afternoon it was actually freezing but it was our resting ...
... just felt like raindrops and it felt so good.
Because of my years as a teacher I couldn't pass up the opportunity to have some pictures taken with some school children who were on a field trip. Their teacher also took my picture with some moms. Some of the moms looked as tired as I was.
I kept track of the stations and would ask myself, how many more, are we at the end of the
trail!. It was ...
... night before setting off for Moremi National Park. We have just arrived, set up camp and had lunch and are now waiting for the next game drive when it cools down a little. We are all trying to find a few inches of shade to hide from the scorching sun in temperatures well into the mid 40s.
We had 2nights wild camping in Moremi National Reserve and are now on our 2nd night in Savuti Reserve again wild camping. The weather has changed as the last two days have ...
... us they were guides and could take us on a walk over the falls and could take us for a swim in 'angels pool' which we had never heard of! After a bit if bartering we decided to do it. We followed our two guides across the current watching our footing very carefully as we went, we reached the other side and followed the guides on the next obstacle, this involved stepping and jumping on rocks to the other side. It was here where Jack lost his footing and fell over, the water was too low ...
... going to see if he could arrange for us to visit a local school and so our first stop was to buy some notebooks, rulers, pens etc to give to the school. We pulled up by a local primary school and Blessed went to talk to the headmaster. Soon the rest of us were beckoned over and the morning routine of the school completely disrupted by the arrival of what to the children could easily have been visitors from outer space. We were ushered first into ...