Tzaneen Country Lodge
Travel Blogs from Tzaneen
... role they get people to come and volunteer. While I was there, there was a group of mainly Brits that are interested in conservation they come for anything up to 6 months. The current group decided they wanted to leave something permanent so were in the initial stages of building a watch tower to look over the breeding camps. I go involved in this in terms ...
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Curry night but we had fat cook (savory donut) and veggie stew
Saturday December 24
• special diet
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• weeds in sick bay
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• groom Ghosty!
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... the work, though.
[ WARNING: Technical speak ahead:
It looks like I will be developing, organizing, analyzing etc. a financial diaries project (think Portfolios of the Poor) to do research on the richness and complexity of SEF clients' financial lives, as part of the research I am doing for the development of new financial products for SEF. The R&D of a new financial product to help clients ...
... the apartheid era. Tzaneen is a crazy lot hotter than I expected, and summer is just on its way. But for now the nights are cool, and the air is heavy and thick with the perfumes of the last flowers of the dry season. Lilacs come in the form of trees here… big trees drunk with fragrance. Tzaneen is also a lot more developed than I expected it to be for being in such a ...
... quickly look around to check that no one had witnessed this disgrace! At the end of that shift, I looked like I had had several run ins with a butternut squash!
3. Sprout distribution - this is similar to the vegetables but is their morning enrichment (these monkeys have it bloody good!!). Anyway, I'm going about my shift happily, feeding it to all the monkeys who happily take it from my hand and all of a sudden, I hear some nibbling behind me. Bloody Tripod (our ...