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Animals eat plants, breathe in oxygen and use this chemical to get energy out of the sugar and then emit carbon dioxide and water. Presto there you have it — the simple but elegant miracle of life on our planet. Baboon troop is here, ellies shaking ilala palms. A hooded vulture is nesting near cabin 4; only the 5th recorded nest in Botswana. Off we go — Dickenson kestrel and we all see another female leopard 2 yrs old. I get as close as I ever have to this beautiful animal as she walks right below our lr. We will end with a total of 5 different leopards and the best sightings I have ever had. Another red ball setting sun in wondrous landscape of cool trees.

On our way to our sundowner we get word that Ebs found a female lion with her 3 young cubs and an older cub from her recently killed sister. They are up in a tree. They come down just as it is getting very dark. Nursing and way cute in our spotlights and undisturbed by us. The lioness is full; apparently she is an excellent hunter and can take down buffalo alone!!! African wild cat also seen. Next we have a surprise for you. Over to the sleep out hide for a bush dinner. The fire is hot, the drinks are cool, the conversation is loud and we have a grand time. A hippo comes out of the water and serenades us. Hippos and frogs and maybe a mystery noise nearby. We enjoyed it a lot and it is good to be on the ground in Africa.

Monday, September 17, We hear male lions roaring over toward the camp. So we leave soon to find them. Phinley tracks them down- the two males sleeping by a termite mound. We all watch them sleep for a while which is the typical lion sighting. Phinley gets a flat tire. Highlights for us- dwarf mongoose, yellow mongoose, more ellies, giraffes, martial eagle. We all drive to the far eastern edge of the concession along the river for our teatime. Water birds here and red lechwes. Back for lunch and a talk on elephants at 1. The group is very hot and sleepy; and my talk is not listened to with rapt attention. The other four are thinking that we have left them.

Flying over fossil river beds, we see the fires, large group of buffaloes and a devastated mopane landscape of over browsing by ellies. Everyone arrives by We go straight to a game drive through the Mopane woodland. Hot and dusty with a soft, sandy road in many spots. We see our first rocks in a very long time!! I impress you all by finding an African Scops owl sleeping in a tree as we drive along. That was definitely my best sighting of the trip. Then there is another one on the other side of the road easier to see. We pass the Savuti Camp with many elephants milling about waiting for water at an artificial water hole.

The dust is intense. We see kudu, black backed jackals, impala, warthogs, elephants, giraffes, zebras, wildebeests, banded and dwarf mongoose, bush squirrels in this ahem desolate landscape. We more or less follow the Savuti channel heading toward the Linyanti River. Red crested korhanns, Wahlbergs eagles eating a snake. Trees- Mopane with the butterfly leavesleadwood, mangosteen, Kalahari apple-leaf favors the sandy soil of fossil riverbedssycamore fig, purple-podded Termanalia, knob thorn acacia, flowering knobby combretum are in full flower. Vasco one of the guides tells us about a vervet monkey here who has been accepted into a local troop of baboons. He has been seen on several occasions copulating with female baboons!!

Not really it cannot happen. There are 8 ecosystems in the Delta. The lodge is in the riverine one with an interlocking canopy of mangosteen trees. The camp is situated close to the confluence of the Savuti Channel and the Linyanti River. Open loosely spaced trees with an understory of bushes and grass is Savannah woodland. Setswana for giraffe is thu-twa. To a very large hide with an artificial waterhole for tea etc. Large groups of elephants and zebras are getting drinks while we get a drink as well.

To our final lodge in the bush Duma Tau lions roar. Met by Brian and Chantelle just as the sun is setting. We hear about George the very large elephant this is here and some of the hazards we face. Cabin 6 lucky Fains have a pair of aggressive wood owls that attack anything walking by at night. An umbrella is necessary to stem the birds off!!!! We are feted in the Kgotla or Boma and are serenaded by the staff. I record it and make a cd for them. I am chosen Chief with my advisors — Roger and Katie. I am not get over this one watch out. Tuesday, September 18, Leopard eyes seen by Pat last night outside her active tent. Active only outside not inside as Jeff assures me. Four ladies opt to stay back have a yoga meeting lead by Jenny.

We go off in 2 lrs along the Linyanti River and have good sightings of elephants, carmine beeeaters, kudus, warthogs, lechwes and the usual stuff. Nice to be in the early morning light along the river. WE find a male ellie in mustch, dripping urine and we get a whiff of the scent. An African hawk eagle is seen, new for the list. Kudus and all the usual mammal suspects. Back for a good lunch and we meet Bryce and Nicola the other managers. Then at seven of us take the boat ride on the river. Windy but free of dust. We are lucky to see a breeding herd of 22 elephants cross the river. Nice temp but windy. A very large croc and many hippos. A large group of trees to the east is in Namibia.

We are close to the border. Many elephants are crossing back and forth without passports. I introduce the group to Theba, who was my guide many times before. I saw my first aardvark with him. We are in a different river system than the delta right now. That number may be high but the largest concentration left on the planet is certainly in northern Botswana. Started back up and then quit for good in Flowed 7 k up in and went 4 k up this year. WS may have to maintain 6 bore holes as per their agreement with the govt. Landscape is devastated and elephants are suffering but continuing to increase. There is a plan for an Asian sluts in várzea grande park between Angola, Botswana, Zambia; Zimbabwe that may help relieves some of the pressure.

This is a really tough issue for all concerned and not a simple solution. And then off on the afternoon game drive. We head north east along the river. Then setting sun sundowners and a group photo is taken but alas without Roger. Wednesday, September 19, Hyena whooping this am right before wake up call. Elephants in camp and will be all day. Ollie et al head north to find the lions. They do find tracks and go way off road looking and find a killed Zebra thoroughly eaten but no cats. Next they find some wild dogs tracks but no wild dogs.

But they have a grand adventure which is what life is all about. We see roan antelopes, another honey badger, crested francolin, several spotted hyena including one who shows us her masculinized genitalia, steenbok, three kori bustards. Then we hear reports of a leopard that killed an impala that was stolen by lions. The cat is walking our way and the two lrs do a fine job of tracking it through the bush. We see a pearl spotted owlet but no leopard. Good look at an African wildcat — we sure have seen a bunch of those this trip. We stop and have a lot of trouble leaving a quietly feeding troop of baboons.

They are eating combretum seeds and mangostteen flowers that have fallen on the ground. There is one particular new born baby that we cannot stop watching. He is sooooooooooooooooooooo cute. But we must make it to lunch. Alas not only is our old friend George in camp there is one big fellow right outside the dinning area. I do mean right outside. His trunk could reach in to the table. Photo ops galore and while this is entertainment for us, the big animals knock down the boardwalks and fences. We need elephant escorts to get to our tents. The motor boat people have a fine time watching elephants cross the water. Also African rail and dikkop seen. We meet at for our closing circle.

We all share what a fine time we have had and our personal highlights. We are a very very fine group of nice folks if we do say so ourselves! Off on our final game drive. Meet for our final sundowner and a group photo is taken just as the red rubber ball is plunging down again. Our final bush dinner as well. Great singing by the staff and the last OPEN bar. Tom and I sing them a song in return. I suspect they will not forget this Chief. A breeding herd of elephants is close by our party. Yet another African wild cat the original house cat domesticated by the Egyptians. Home to sleep, serenaded all night on this end by the baboon troop, a coughing leopard, ellies eating trees, hippos munching and Cappie coughing.

Thursday, September 20, We get to sleep in a bit this am and enjoy this camp. George is blocking Tom and Cappie from their cabin. The wood owl actually dove at me last night. Hot and quick drive to the strip. You can see the parallel trails down by the ellies heading straight toward the Chobe River. They would have done great looking for the daypack on the Pan. We are in civilization. Reminds me how remote we have been and how wonderful to have such a private experience in the bush. We all get in a big bus several other fellow Americans have joined us with Reason heading to Zimbabwe relatively painlessly.

The country is a mess. No products in the stores, no gas at the Shell station for the last 5 years. No violent crime however. We orient you a bit and then you are off on your own. Shopping adventures are had; visits to the Old Vic for tea, and of course a look at magnificent Victoria Falls. Warthogs, bushbucks, Trumpeter hornbill, red-winged starling, African wagtails, tawny-flanked prinia, baboon, vervet monkeys, grey and banded mongooses, Heuglins robins and friendly warthogs. Will Mark actually bungee jump tomorrow???? That is the big question. Very few tourists in town because of all the trouble in the country. We all head over to the Boma for dinner Put on our skirts, get a dot painted on our face, beat the drums, eat Eland and no one tries the Mopane worms.

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I refuse to pretend that everything always goes smoothly on all of my trips, but we always learn and we always have a good time. Whoa what a time getting from Zimbabwe to Cape Town. Two hour delayed flight rebooked on BA, long luggage delay at Joberg, frantic rush to BA counter, hassle hassle hassle. All but Bill, Jenny and me make the pm plane. There are however three seats for us that remain unclaimed. Some folks have been waiting since 10 am for a flight to CT! Andrew Brink and Mario take you to the guest house. And then Andrew comes back to get me. I met him 9 yrs ago on my first visit here and he now has a 7 yr.

Only one American has been known to properly pronounce this name and her mother was Dutch. We area at the same latitude as Atlanta and LA — 34 degrees. Saturday, September 22, Hadada ibises our wake up call. Cathy and Bob are here and can join us for the day. Marcia and Neil have also joined our group and fit right in immediately. The other Americans from the plane from Vic Falls are here as well. Table Mountain is cloaked in clouds. Signal hill is above us where we head off to at 9. Castle of Good Hope. Rock hyrax, rock kestrel, At least 5 endemic families found only in the fynbos fine bush. Many proteas and heather and composites in flower.

Diaz here injust went a bit past the Cape and turned around and went home. About 10 yrs later Vasco de Gama came and made it to India. Khoisan here and attached de Gama. WE cross over to the rich section of town- Camps Bay and see Hartlaubs and Kelp gulls, Egy geese, swift terns, eur starlings, red winged starlings, crowned plover, Cape Cormorants, mouse birds, Afr oystercatchers. Easy to see the granite at the base of the 12 Apostles actually 18 buttresses visible. Sea is 48, which explains lack of swimmers. Constantia is the first settlement outside of Cape Town, vineyards. Our first right whale seen blowing! Then back to the middle of town and a walk through the Company Gardens into the South African Nat Histo Museum for a toilet stop past the Presidents house and Parliament.

Legislative capital here and executive in Pretoria. Bishop Desmond Tutu church. At Greenmarket we get to witness a wedding. That was way cool and colorful. Big rugby games going on right now. All over the SSA planes are springboks. Around to the back side of Table Mountain and stop at the Rhodes Monument. Tremendous influence on this part of Africa. In the Nationalist Party took power and formalized apartheid. Then to Kirstenbosch Gardens for a very nice lunch followed by a tour led by Ian. Three things that define the fynbos — Ericas, Restios, and Proteas. We run into to our old friends — the Garretts and Fains. You would have thought we had not seen them in years.

We missed them already!! National tree is Yellowwood — podocarpus. Back to Guest House by 5 and rest until We leave the Guest House at by we are in the huge Mall — the V and A waterfront — and doing a bit of shopping. Then to a mighty fine seafood dinner at Paia. Our waiter had an impressive voice. Sunday, September 23, At breakfast I take an orange and give you a talk on the Tropics, solstice, equinox etc. Goodbye to Cathy and Bob and we are off at We decide to head right south and do Table Mt. Full of French tourists. The rain really pounds us just as we are boarding. The swells are pretty big but at least the rain does stop. Good views of the Cape Fur seal bachelor herd.

Birds- Hartlaub and black-backed Kelp gulls, mostly Cape but a few White-breasted cormorants, swift terns. Back and then we drive a bit on Chapmans highway for a view the road is recently closed We have to drive around and into the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve sp. Port Jackson is the yellow flowering acacia. It is from Aust and quite a weed. We have a brief stop to look at some Shona sculpture like we saw in VF. A bontebok colorful buck is seen on the way, endemic to the Cape and very nearly went extinct. We turn right and go to the real Cape of Good Hope for photos. Geez what a crowd. Cape Gannets and a right whale right offshore. Then to Cape Point 1 tourist attraction we take the Funicular and to very fine views on a perfectly clearing day.

Really good looks at a whale right below the light. Many flowers in bloom. Here is where the 2 oceans are supposed to meet but the actual southern most point is far far away, Pt. We walk out the lower trail all the way to the end overlooking the lighthouse. The first lighthouse was built too high, just like our very own Ft. Cape of Good Hope Preserve: In the fynbos is the greatest species diversity per hectare in world. There was a recent controlled burn that got out of hand. Other birds that we have seen and not mentioned are — red-winged starlings, red eyed pigeon, spotted prinia, Cape wagtail, yellow billed kite, pied crow.

Strong NWerstelies drove the boats into shore. To the Seaforth for our late lunch. First pair of penguins spotted on the beach. There will be more, I promise. A very large fat man with butt cleavage and tattoos in his nether regions no Pat I am NOT going to get my binoculars to look is swimming right below us. Some of us therefore decide to forgo dessert. Not me, it was real good! All of these bird names begin with the word Cape — petrel, bunting, siskin, sparrow, weaver, francolin, bulbul, and gannet! Quick walk from the restaurant over to Boulders African Jackass penguin colony. Started in and has been expanding ever since.

One of 4 colonies in the Region. There was a big oil spill in It is very crowded with mostly European tourists and they have built a boardwalk and a visitor center since I was here last. We watch an oiled penguin get captured by the park staff. We also get to watch some mating activities of penguins. We keep running into the Fains and Garretts…are they following us? I suspect they stole my itinerary! We all take a little nappy poo on the drive around, up, over and up. We fly right up in 4 minutes to the top. Colder up there but not too bad. Great views and clouds and rain in the ocean. Guess who is also here?? We walk around clockwise for the views. No dassies hyrax today, too cold. Decide to go down soon but alas the cable car was not going anywhere for a while.

They finally fixed it after a long wait Kay is getting real nervous —she is our designated worrier and down we went. Back to the Guest House and many drank port, ate peanuts and listened to Mark tell jokes. He is a good storyteller long but what do you expect from an Irish man???? There were many good laughs. Monday, September 24, Off right on time whatta group!! First stop is the Cape Malay section of town, right near us. Delightfully brightly colored houses. Those folks are the descendents of slaves brought from Indonesia. Then we go north up the coast heading for the West Coast National Park. We pass the only Nuclear Power plant in the country but they are planning on building some more.

Today is Heritage Day and a holiday for many folks. The flowers are really blooming in the sandveld. We enter a private area called Postberg where some animals have been repatriated like Ostrich, bonebok, eland, and the Cape Mt. Road stop for an angulated tortoise. This was the place where a very old footprint of a hominoid was found recently. We stop at the end of the road to take in the wildflowers, walk on the beach and just enjoy the world. Andrew tells us about the Alabama. Confederate ship Alabama chased by the Yanks to Cape Town. Some folk songs in South African culture about the ship, especially sung by minstrels Coon Carnival players. Under Captain Raphael Semmes, Alabama spent the next two months capturing and burning ships in the North Atlantic and intercepting American grain ships bound for Europe.

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Sleepy time for most of us as we drive north. And there are avocets, bs plover, Egy geese, cattle egret. We also see a few flamingoes and white pelicans. Past much cultivated land — alfalfa, cows, rape mustardsheep, and wheat. Our packed Lunch is had by the side of the road in Elandsbraii. Right whale comes by, great flowers in the strand. Bright blue sunny and windy. Little swifts, Drankwinkel — liquor store. Police Station is guarded by private security company! Next Lamberts Bay but first a major washboard road. Katie gets lunch on her head. Walking out the breakwater to the viewing area for some sky pointed, bill clacking and nape biting while copulating.

Gannets are in the same group as pelicans, boobies and cormorants with 4 webbed toes. We missed Potato World sorry Kay but there is a processing plant for both taters and fish. There are not many places along the coast but Lambert Bay where the fisherman can bring in their catch. Andrew worked on one when he was younger. But time is passing. We head due east and cross the Oliphant elephant river valley, We have a brief pee stop in Clanwilliam, of citrus growing fame and then we enter the Cederberg Mts. More rough road over Pakhuis pass. The light is perfect. Turn right and still have to go to 6 Ks to Bushmanskloof. It is an area of striking natural beauty and a diversity of fauna and flora of the Cedarberg Wilderness area.

At 5 we arrive and get into our puny and very austere rooms and then we meet for a game drive. Guides are Zettie and Seppie. Yes, that is their names. Cape weavers doing their magic on the Euke tree; a spotted eagle owl not seen … Malachite sunbirds. A huge Natal fig tree planted yrs ago. Highlights — Cape Mountain Zebra, Springboks, ostriches, bonteboks, banded swallows, shelducks, fiscal shrike, red knobbed coots, red eyed doves, Cape turtle doves, yellow billed ducks, diggings from the Golden Mole.

Getting colder as the sun sets; so back to the Lodge for our sundowners. Nice dinner and the moon is getting pretty darn big now! September 25, Tuesday. I get up early for a bike ride, Andrew catches up with me and off we go. We do not actually get lost on our way back, just misplaced for awhile. We are off at 8 for a short drive. We have our light breakfast overlooking the small lake. Visited by very cute round eared elephant shrews, Cape Buntings, Mountain chat, little swifts, Cape bulbul, and Karoo prinia. Then we begin our walk to the San paintings. Kay and Marks anniversary — Pat wants to see tongue on that kiss under the mistletoe. Same rocks as Table Mountain here and covered with colorful lichens.

Creek stops flowing in the dry season but plenty of subsurface water. Butter tree is large succulent crassula. Porcupine and water mongoose tracks, baboon cabbage, much iris family. We are in heaven as we head toward our first bushman painting. Nice Smiths red rock rabbit middens means dung heap — a rare species. Pat gets yet another poop photo for her collection. We learn what copraphage means. Good recycling for those hind gut digesters. To the paintings at Fallen Rock. One of the largest of the sacred sites in all here. Here is Seppies talk combined with some other notes I took from the last two times I was here. There are some additions and some differences between the guides from different years.

Paintings hard to date but between K yrs. Sickle shaped heads bec. Four colors — Red and Yellow from hematite. White from feces or egg shells. Black from manganese oxide. All from out of the area. Male and female rites of passage, healing areas. Quivers are painted above their heads. Keep high so children did not get into them. Evil spirit repr by the lion people of the west where the darkness starts. Shaman would bite the sick one and take the lion out, then sniff buchu Agathosma crenulata- a Rutaceae- citrus family and sneeze out the evil. Lions are shamans who failed to return.

Figure show hunting elephant- no way in their dreams. Elands are the totem animals. People were people but not yet people. Caracal dating the springbok but Aardvark laid down the law. The newly initiated young men are drawn with exaggerated genitalia. This group followed plants not game. Females gathered, males hunted hyraxes, small antelope not big things. They compared themselves to the eland, which also broke into small family groups when the food got scarce and came together in bigger groups in time of plenty. Humans were first a small animal, then human and will become eland. The cushion of hair on the forehead of the eland was where Kaggan sometimes sat.

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Shamans in this group reached the high state by physically means, not ingesting a plant. These guys spun in circles for 9 hours. Asian sluts in várzea grande Kung took drugs to get to the same place. Used hematite in these priceless pristine rock paintings of the San that lived here some years ago. Fixed with hyrax urine, other pigments have faded. Male initiation rite had to get Eland first shoot it and then track it for days until it fell or settle for smaller animal. Under played size of it when reporting back to the other men. Laid in the skin.

The rock is a thin veil that separates one world from the next. Females have large brown fat deposits in buttocks and thigh. Shamans left their body and their soul traveled to lead elephant, slit its throat and when the blood drips down it would rain. Dated at and yrs ago previous guide said this. Wall is the boundary between the spiritual and the material world. Wow all of this makes my own perception of the natural world seem infantile and feebly unimaginative. A helicopter flies over; they are capturing some Cape Mt.

Zebras which they will trade for stallions from Cape Mountain National Park. There were only left in the world so they are highly inbred. We have our ten minutes of silence. Listening to the creek run and Cape buntings sing. The same exact sounds that were heard by our fellow humans who drew these paintings thousands of years ago. We walk back and see a great fat grasshopper, Southern rock agama, rock martin, yellow rumped widow, pied crow. To the lodge for Brunch. Friendly yellow billed ducks and a common moorhen seen with a bunch of babies. R and R or hikes or spa treatments. Pat and Jeff add to our species list — rock hyrax dassie.

Tea at and around 4ish I give a brief talk on human origins. And we are off at for our final sniff, sniff game drive. Red hartebeest, gray rhebok, bontebok babies, three banded plover, rock kestrel. Sundowners and we are all celebrating the 27 years of total matrimonial bliss of Kay and Mark. That might actually be true. Talk by the resident archeologist, PhD candidate named Siyakha. Very informative but a little challenging to understand and it goes on a bit long. The San people had an incredible world view that we can only imagine. There are many ways to experience this world. Just as long as you fully live in YOUR moments. Champaign at dinner for the happy couple and another fine meal.

Tomorrow the wine country!! Happy Anniversary and Happy Birthday Andrew relents and admits that it is his birthday as I toast him; 52 years today. Wednesday, September 26, Venus still in the East and another beautiful day, though it will get a bit cloudy. Off right on time at What a timely group. Potatoes were grown on this farm untilland is still recovering. Back on that rough road. First stop is gravesite of Louis Leopoldt, a famous Africaan writer who lived in Clanwilliam. He wrote poetry especially emphasizing his hatred of the British. Remember 30k women and children died in their concentration camps during the Boer War. They invented that atrocity.

We pass Roosibos tea fields and do a u turn to see some elands. The yellow rapeseed and wheat and stark mountains. There is no rural sprawl, each town is well contained surrounded by productive farmland and tethered by a church to the earth. Many Cape Colored working in the fields and packing houses. The whole area seems prosperous. Is it for everyone? We stop for gas and toilet stop at Peiterberg and then continue to Malmesbury, the center of wheat country, where we turn left. Swartzland means black land — the soil is fertile. We see some blue cranes, African white pelicans.

We can see Table Mt. Ostriches- their brains are smaller than their eyeballs! Why am I thinking of George Bush? The area is so reminiscent of many places, so cultivated. Imagine this world of years ago, nearly every large mammal and more and all the birds we saw in Botswana would be thriving here. I felt the ghosts of those elephants as we came down the Oliphant Valley. Wine 1 industry and then tourism. There are 12 wine appellations in SA. We will visit four of them — Swatzland, Paarl, Stellenbosch and Hermanus. Before Paarl we stop at our first winery — Fairview Winery or Goatshed. There are some goats in a small tower and nice gardens. Then 6 glasses and mixed with excellent cheese tasting.

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