Shoo – this is becoming a book. It was just such an amazing experience that I just want to share everything with you. Hope you are not getting bored.
Part 7 tomorrow.
No, I am not getting bored! I was actually hoping this notification was the next installment! You have changed my mind about visiting this area. I find all the honey badgers amazing. I haven’t see one for ages.
Glad to hear that. It is a very fascinating part of the world, but very harsh. Everybody says the best time to visit is Feb, when it has transformed and the plains are green and filled with animals. I would like to go back then and see the contrast.
For me it was just an amazing experience and would highly recommend it to people who look at the bigger picture of reserves, not just seeing big game
Not bored at all – can’t wait for the next instalment! PS – if you are going to turn this into a real book – hint hint…..check your spelling in #6 – quiet – quite; here – hear – LOL the teacher in me…
Great – but it won’t become a book. I would get you and Sue to proof read it before anyway. My English teacher I am sure turning in his grave knowing I do any writing at all that somebody enjoys.
The problem is I get so into my story I forget about spelling and grammar. My spell check doesn’t pick up the words you mention either. I haven’t a clue about English I just speak it
a 30 part series is what we hope for…….keep them coming
Oh no…..keep ’em coming! Begiining to feel a bit hot so the message is coming through!
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Ideal spot if going to Kubu Island or as a stop over