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Today we made the trip to Bukorwe, a three hour plus drive in either direction, but one that would be worth it as we always receive a warm welcome from the school. Additionally, we hadn’t heard a great deal from … Continue reading
Another busy day at least for Stu and myself. The others went with Solomon, one of the park rangers on some mongoose monitoring in the morning, but had no transport in the afternoon, so were unable to visit a … Continue reading
Hi everyone, Larry the Leopard here again. Today was all about me and rightly so. I was up at the crack of dawn as I thought I heard a lion, but it was only Mr Stanley snoring. He really annoyed … Continue reading
To quote the words of the esteemed Mr Henry Green, today was epic! I was up early at seven and after the perfunctory bottle shower, malerone and cereal bar, I accompanied Steve to an 8.00am meeting with Godfrey, the warden … Continue reading
Today was the day where we learned how to be African as we spent a good deal of the day waiting for things to happen. I was up early at about seven in order to shave and (bottle) shower. Jan … Continue reading