Three Cities David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa
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This week I encountered a very awful experience. We were at school, with about only twenty minutes to go until we were done for the day. Since our classroom is outside with a broken wood fence keeping the distractions away we usually always have kids coming up to the fence trying to distract the class. So we always just say go on your way and they usually do. This week a boy came to the gate distracting one girl in particular. An eleven year old in our class. He knew her ...
... minded view but it's what you see in the movies, so you assume that's how it is. I am pleasantly surprised though, the people aren't sad at all, they are all friendly and happy. Everyone is welcoming and warm. Even the kids who clearly have nothing, seem to have happiness which seems to be worth a lot more here than anything you can buy. The kids are always running and playing outside. The kids have such a creative flow, because their minds are not poisoned with T.V. and you ...
... were delivered to the farm. The beer with the traditional meal was out of this world delicious. Tracy nearly vomited when she tasted the beer, and was horrified that I made her taste it when lunch was still a while to be ready. Melissa was a great sport and had some. Steve, after a night of libation to the river gods was not in that greater shape and so chose not to have any beer. Davie and I polished off the lot. It did pack a punch. By the end of lunch I had to ...
... lion population that has occurred over the last 25 years. Each morning and afternoon the lions are walked to the river to fossick and play and the opportunity to walk with the lions at this time is what makes this a unique experience.
Our lions, Songwe, Sekani and Nuru are each 14 months old and have been raised in association with the ALERT conservation programme since they were 4 weeks old. Under the ALERT programme the male ...
... me out of class to return the pen. The children are just so amazing. They are so incredibly poor but are just so, so happy & grateful to any white people who show them attention. They just want to impress you with what they know & always want to touch you & be around you!! Their smiles are infectious!! This is a little disturbing so parents at Tarwin you may not want to share with your children. One day last week I walked into my school and ...