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... on the baboon backsides.
Then the baboon went a little crazy, jumping up to the highest point he could and then back down again and he started “barking”. I’d never heard a baboon “bark” before … time to leave before he became more agitated.
Our next stop was at the white lions enclosure where the big male was lying on a platform and two females were sunning themselves. ...
... a visit one day and yet here is someone that this actually may be the last time I see her until the Kingdom.
So yesterday we enjoyed a quiet day the house. Tracey and Stephen and the kids head headed up to Durban for their holidays so we made the most of enjoying their beautiful house and yard and sat out in the warm shade enjoying the silence and peacefulness of the country.
Tomorrow we set out to Port Elizabeth and plan to head through Addo Elephant park on the ...
... throwing his food around.
However the events of the afternoon are
some I will never forget in my lifetime.
We spied a pod of common dolphins headed in our direction, and it looked
to be up over the thousand mark! We manoeuvred the boat in order to free dive
with them properly twice. One of the girls, Stef, said it was like being in the
Blue Planet. I couldn’t have put it better myself because the enormity and intensity
of what we were seeing was ...
... camp Takajo came flooding back, and it was just incredible. Alice then had her first go waterskiing, and mainly due to my world class tuition did incredibly well and managed to get up standing on her first few attempts... To be followed by some great wipe outs! The brunker determination shone through, and she did very well. Jonno then took to the water and embarrassed everyone (as usual) by slaloming effortlessly behind my terribly driving.... Until I hit a sand bank and ...
... home yet, and it was good to see a familiar face! The first outing was to the rugby club end of season awards dinner, with Alice and myself. This pretty much went along the lines of all rugby dinners the world over, ending up in a late night and a sore head the next day! What is astounding is that it cost 50 rand per person (£3.50), including 3 course meal, wine and a bar tab. Unbelievable value. George got to meet some local East Londoners, and a ...