Elzet wrote:Nah, just joking.
The ablutions were in pristine condition.
In fact, it would be a great idea for other camps to follow BnD's example. They have a roster in the ablutions where the cleaner must sign on the hour that she has inspected and cleaned the ablutions, and at odd times the supervisor checks on the facilities and sign the register off. LZ c : 'You need to get into a horizontal position a-sap'.LZ c : 'Ok, ok, do you never shut up!?
, I realised that I was talking to myself. Here I go'.LZ : 'I'm gonna take a much needed and loooong overdue nap. *Two heavy sighs to be added here *. Whose joining me?'.LO : 'Not me. I like it too much here to sleep Mama. 'TH : 'Sleep well, my Queen. This tent is as comfortable as a bungalow.
LZ c : 'Say what??!!'
I flopped onto the mattress, which the LO has inflated to perfection. It was good... errr... I mean, it was tolerable. The sound of the bush next to the tent, the birds and the bees, the squirrels imitating the birds and the bees, if you follow my drift. It was not too bad.
I had a nightmare that the Oom suggested that we should go camping, and that he actually convinced me to do so, and even worse, that I was sleeping in a tent.
But then my legs were on fire. It was scorching hot.
I awoke in the seven man tent, only to realise that it was the sun's rays that were streaming in through the flap, heating up my l-e-g-s.
After a cup of cold coffee from the morn's flask, we set out to Matjulu Waterhole. We thought about March when we met the mystery Cricket Weekend guests, the beloved Prings family there. Low and behold, the same rhinos were around.
Mr Majestic was now much closer to the road than on our way in to the Waterhole.
What amazing animals elephants are?
The sun started to kiss the tips of the Matjulu range goodbye, and darkness was setting in as we entered camp.
I decided to visit the shop. Anything to stall a return to the seven men tent.
The Oom saw a genet in the parking area. The LO and I saw nothing.
That night we had a feast under the stars. As always, it was so goooood to be back in Kruger.