Kiripotib Guest Farm
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... Prep Mum) then introduced ourselves saying our name, age, where we are from, and what our highlight of the week was. Mine was of course meerkat interaction! To this weeks newbies and last weeks we tried doing the same baboon prank they did to us. It didn't work as well on them. We could tell this as most of them were smiling, and majority of them didn't know what a baboon was anyway. Epic ...
With lack of sleep and too much alcohol intake, us girls were feeling a bit worse for wear. To make things worse, I was put on farm work! To be honest, it was probably one of the best things I could have done! The heat made the beer crawl out my pores, I felt great by 10, just still a bit tired. Farm work was with Bonita, one of the co-ordinators, and 3 boys. They did most of the work! Firstly we raked up the BBQ area, then we stopped ...
... look at it. This cat was so cool.
On the other hand, the leopard was something else. The driver kept us all in line when we were in the enclosure to the point of telling one goose to get his hand in the truck or lose it. The leopard is 75kg of big cat and not at all well mannered.
Very hard to spot a leopard - have a look in the last leopard photo
What a day!
... many stars it seemed impossible to find space to fit another one
Day 5 & 6 Sossuvlei
Up at 4.45 am to go and see the dunes of Sossevlei. Amazing scenery, climbed Dune 45 and a cooked breakfast was waiting for us when we descended back to our bus. It was delicious. Then we took a short ride in a 4.4 vehicle to Deadvlei, where water has dried out in the past leaving clay pans and dead trees amidst the dunes. We have seen dunes before so I was not ...
... in the afternoon. He decided I needed to clear my head and see a few of the locals.
Which is exactly what we did.
White Rhino, Giraffe, Oryx, Impala, Springbok, Hartabeest, Gnu, Nile Crocodile.
What an afternoon and what an intro to the African wild life.