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... be the main area for the animals. Rather than tell you of all the animals we have seen, I will just post some pictures. Our stay in the tent camp turned out to be an adventure as a very strong windstorm blew up and the blasts of wind made the tent walls slap against the tent frame and our beds. It was pitch black outside which made for an amazing display of ...
... billed oxpecker. No. It was the delightful girlish screams of delight that came from the mouth of the woman I love as she, for the first time, spotted her favorite giraffes in the wild or when we came unexpectly upon elephant or when the baby elephant frolicked in the water. She was not the seasoned CEO then; she was giddy with delight and that, my friends, delighted me beyond measure.
... to watch them from afar. And if I can make that decision then so can everyone else! I do still think though that Kevin making the production company buy the cubs and put money into their future was a fantastic move that made me very happy. He made sure that they are not something you can just exploit while you need them and then just hand them back to the farm and not care about their further wellbeing. I cannot say where the cubs were from because I do not know, but ...
... Which we were certainly thankful for for the equally windy drive back. The drive was a long one with minimal interest points along the way. That was until we reached one particular service station which over looked a paddock of rhinos... Yes rhinos next to a service station in the middle of South Africa, along with some zebra, buffalo and ostriches. Heavily fenced and inconspicuously yet heavily guarded. Odd but a nice surprise. The drive continued until we finally hit jo'burg. A ...
... hanging on, standing outside the doors and in the open between carriages. The contrast was a moment later when we saw the luxury Blue Train which costs a fortune and runs between Johannesburg and Cape Town came past. We travelled to the airport to drop off one of our fellow travellers who was leaving the tour to fly home today. We then travelled back to Pretoria and our camping ground to meet the 4 new people who were joining us for the final leg of the tour making the group 9 ...