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  • Day 11 - The Exhuatsion Sets In

    MollyBuckmaster

    by: MollyBuckmaster

    created on: Aug 29, 2016 | Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

    This morning everyone walked over to breakfast extremely slowly and moaning about our terribly sore bones and muscles. A good hot shower can only go so far as to improving the pain. After feeding Tammy lots of banana peels leftover from breakfast, it was back to the hyena cage for Joslyn, Scott, Alison, Bart and I. The boys built a little house from the big logs outside the fencing for …

  • Day 10 - The Dreaded Hyena Cages

    MollyBuckmaster

    by: MollyBuckmaster

    created on: Aug 29, 2016 | Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

    So this Tuesday was the day my blog crashed and messed up my entire day. But thank god this day was a busy one but only for one thing so I can remember the jist of it. It was time to clean the hyena cage. We shrivelled, and raked, and used the pick axe all day and by the end of the day we were exhausted, covered in dirt so …

  • The 5 Most Exotic Places in Bali

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    TonyBod

    by: TonyBod

    created on: Aug 24, 2016 | Brisbane, Australia

    By now, Bali's reputation as a modern-day paradise has been firmly entrenched in popular culture. People know that that as soon as they set foot on the Indonesian island, they'll be entering a place unlike any other. But even people who think they have a general idea of what to expect in Bali might be surprised by the sheer audacity of many of the island's top attractions. With that in …

  • Day 9 - First Day Off

    MollyBuckmaster

    by: MollyBuckmaster

    created on: Aug 21, 2016 | Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

    My first day off started like any other day - breakfast and then feeding the babies. Eris, Rhea and JJ (the common grey duikers) loved their morning selection of fruit and veg, and came bounding a up to the fence so close that I had to push them with my leg so I could get into the enclosure. Having checked on mice and refilled their food and water bowls it …

  • Top 10 Things To Try In Hong Kong

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    MayaW

    by: MayaW

    created on: Aug 17, 2016 | Hong Kong, China

    Located in Southern China, Hong Kong is known for its breathtaking scenery and magnificent skyscrapers. If you want to get the most out of this city, make sure that you take part in one of the following activities.  1. Shop at Temple Street Night Market  The Temple Street Night Market is the liveliest and most visited market in Hong Kong stretching all the way from the Man Ming Lane to the southern …

  • Day 8 - My First Half Day

    MollyBuckmaster

    by: MollyBuckmaster

    created on: Aug 14, 2016 | Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

    Today everyone seemed a little worse for wear because of the night before. Especially Bart, who was still tipsy, and Nix who had fallen over walking back to her house and grazed her nose badly. "You have one sock outside our window" probably sums up the weird night, said by Kiki. Sunday's are only half days at Chipangali and the morning went quick. I fed and watered the turkeys, fed Breezer …

  • Day 7 - The Braai

    MollyBuckmaster

    by: MollyBuckmaster

    created on: Aug 14, 2016 | Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

    Today was an awesome day at the orphanage. I started off my work day by feeding the many types of monkeys some leftover apple from breakfast. One particular group did not like me at all! As soon as I got near she hissed and hooted at me and wouldn't stop jumping up and down. Talana said that it was overwhelming for them with too many people at once. Maybe they …

  • Day 6 - burgers from heaven

    MollyBuckmaster

    by: MollyBuckmaster

    created on: Aug 12, 2016 | Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

    Only this morning did I realise how quickly these days have gone. My first week is closer to the end than the beginning! The alarm went off at 6am to remind us that we had to leave by 7am to catch our 730 bus back to Bulawayo. We stopped for coffee at a food hall type place, but pushed for time as it is the woman making the coffee didn't help our nerves as …

  • Day 5 - Victoria Falls

    MollyBuckmaster

    by: MollyBuckmaster

    created on: Aug 12, 2016 | Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe

    This morning I woke up at 630 and walked outside to find a toilet. The sun had not totally risen yet but the light coming from the horizon was enough to light the way and looked pretty with the dim yellow-blue light.Once we were all ready to go we left with John to get breakfast with Larissa. The cafe was lovely however once we ordered there seemed to be a …

  • Why You Should Opt for an Escorted Tour in USA

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    LucyRy

    by: LucyRy

    created on: Aug 12, 2016 | United States

    Taking a tour to America is a dream come true for many tourists from all over the world. The experience can either be educative and awesome, or it can turn out to be tiresome and unfulfilling. Planning of individual tours is not only demanding but also exhaustive. There are several reasons why you need to get into an escorted tour where a tour organizer organizes your travel. They bring together a …

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