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Old 01-23-2013, 08:10 PM   #256 (permalink)
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Sounds like another fabulous leg of your amazing trip! I'm excited for you to go and then report back. I'm really looking forward to reading another TR of yours!
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How exciting to see elephants up close and personnal. That would a good time!! Excited to see your pictures and read all about this part. I can not believe you are less than 2 months from your trip!
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This trip sounds more and more amazing each post! I do hope that you are able to get a ride on one of the elephants, how cool would that be?!
I won't believe it's me! I hope someone will take photos of us walking along!

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That will be nice to see the animals up close like that and even though they aren't as wild as they others, I'm sure it will be a fantastic learning opportunity!
Right. If you could interact like that with real wild animals, they wouldn't be wild! And these elephants seem to have a very full life in this herd.

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I definitely can't wait to hear all about your time at the elephant sanctuary. That will be an AMAZING experience!
It will. I'm looking forward to everything about this place.

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Getting to be up close and personal with the elephants sounds amazing!!
I hope I get a nice, calm elephant to ride!

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I think you will really enjoy the elephant sanctuary, especially knowing how much you enjoy veterinary procedures and learning about the animals. I temporarily had the same hesitation you did about them not being "wild" animals when we went to the Cheetah rescue outside of Joburg, but it ended up being one of my favorite things that we did! There's nothing like being SO close to amazing African animals.
I remember your cheetah experience, Ashli, and how special it was. That's partly what convinced me to keep this in my itinerary.

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Laurie - your trip sounds FABULOUS. The hotel sounds phenomenal and the elephant sanctuary... wow!! I can not wait to read your trip report.
This really will be the trip of a lifetime. I'm sort of glad I didn't do it when I was younger, as it means so much more to me now.

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Sounds like another fabulous leg of your amazing trip! I'm excited for you to go and then report back. I'm really looking forward to reading another TR of yours!
Thank you! I can't wait to write it.
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Old 01-23-2013, 10:27 PM   #258 (permalink)
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OH, your shopping agenda sounds awesome!!! I'm such a wierdo when it comes to shopping while on vacation, I get overwhelmed and then just start to spaz about what to buy, and I always miss out on something great. We cruised the med once and stopped in Turkey, I had heard they have great pashminas here, so when we went into town and found a vendor they had EVERY color under the rainbow. I panicked and couldn't decide on a color, meanwhile ARnaud was talking them down in price. I went with a black one and a tan one ( oohh so exciting) later that night back on the ship one of the dealers in the casino asked me if I had bought any. Me being all proud was like YES, YES I did, I got 2. She laughed at me and was like I pick up as many as I can and give out as gifts. I then felt so stupid for not getting more.
Anyway, I looked at your hotel Capr Grace, I am flipping so excited for your stay there, AMAZING!!!!
Well the elephants now, that is so exciting too. I do believe them about the ramp for you to get on them though as I have seen pics from my friend who had done something very similar!!
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OH, your shopping agenda sounds awesome!!! I'm such a wierdo when it comes to shopping while on vacation, I get overwhelmed and then just start to spaz about what to buy, and I always miss out on something great. We cruised the med once and stopped in Turkey, I had heard they have great pashminas here, so when we went into town and found a vendor they had EVERY color under the rainbow. I panicked and couldn't decide on a color, meanwhile ARnaud was talking them down in price. I went with a black one and a tan one ( oohh so exciting) later that night back on the ship one of the dealers in the casino asked me if I had bought any. Me being all proud was like YES, YES I did, I got 2. She laughed at me and was like I pick up as many as I can and give out as gifts. I then felt so stupid for not getting more.
Anyway, I looked at your hotel Capr Grace, I am flipping so excited for your stay there, AMAZING!!!!
Well the elephants now, that is so exciting too. I do believe them about the ramp for you to get on them though as I have seen pics from my friend who had done something very similar!!
I do the same thing, with shopping, Linny! I get so mad at myself. I lived in Athens for a year and got so used to seeing the amazing pottery and woven items that they became "touristy" to me. I did buy one or two things, but could have so easily spent about $10 and gotten 10 amazing gifts! These things look so much more special when you get them home! I've got such a short time in Cape Town I've got to force myself to pull the trigger and shop. I went to Turkey several times when I lived over there and bought nothing.

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Great news that you can ride on the elephant! Definitely crossing my fingers that they come through with the ramps. Elephants are my most favorite animals (tied with giraffes) so I'm particularly excited about the pictures from this part of your trip.
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I thought of you today Laurie when I heard this story: South African crocodiles in "mass escape" during floods. I hope you don't experience anything like this during your stay...
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Great news that you can ride on the elephant! Definitely crossing my fingers that they come through with the ramps. Elephants are my most favorite animals (tied with giraffes) so I'm particularly excited about the pictures from this part of your trip.
It's hard for me to choose a favorite animal, but Elephants are in the top group, for sure.

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I thought of you today Laurie when I heard this story: South African crocodiles in "mass escape" during floods. I hope you don't experience anything like this during your stay...
I hope they catch more of them before I head up there! I'm not going to Limpopo province, but the area I'm going to on Safari is in the province just south of Limpopo. I am worried about the floods-- must mean it's a rainier than usual summer, and that's not good. My safari camp is right on the banks of the Sabi River-- I haven't heard that it's prone to flooding, but will keep hoping for dry weather. Hoping, for the people of Limpopo, that the flooding stops soon.
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I read up on Sabi Sands and the elephant reserve/rehab center. Both look fabulous.

I would be on pins and needles waiting for the trip to start!
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The trip keeps sounding better and better. You have really picked wonderful sites to see. I wish March would hurry up and get here already
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I read up on Sabi Sands and the elephant reserve/rehab center. Both look fabulous.

I would be on pins and needles waiting for the trip to start!
I really am, and you are all helping me to get even more excited! I think I started this PTR too early because I'm ready to go now.

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We thought of you again last night while watching Africa on the BBC. It was all about the south of the continent and I thought you'd enjoy it, but I don't think it's on BBC America yet. It's an amazing series and if it does come over there, be sure to watch it.
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The torrential rains should have subsided by the time you come, it'll be the tail end of summer.

We got caught in a downpour of epic proportions last weekend (probably the same storm that affected the crocodiles) - my blackberry was in my skirt pocket and got so wet it was ruined. We were drenched. Far more seriously, a car and a few people were swept off a bridge down the Inkomati river.

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We thought of you again last night while watching Africa on the BBC. It was all about the south of the continent and I thought you'd enjoy it, but I don't think it's on BBC America yet. It's an amazing series and if it does come over there, be sure to watch it.
I'll have to watch for that. I don't get BBC America, as one of the things I economize on is cable, but should be able to see it On Demand or get it from the library.

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The torrential rains should have subsided by the time you come, it'll be the tail end of summer.

We got caught in a downpour of epic proportions last weekend (probably the same storm that affected the crocodiles) - my blackberry was in my skirt pocket and got so wet it was ruined. We were drenched. Far more seriously, a car and a few people were swept off a bridge down the Inkomati river.

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Flights!

Iím looking forward to everything about this trip except the flights. Iím not crazy about flying to begin with. It doesnít terrify me, although I do white-knuckle take-offs and landings, but I canít really relax and feel cooped-in and so bored I could scream! It will help that on these flights there should be seat-back movies, but I donít think itíll help much! In recent years, most of my flying has just been Boston to Orlandoó3 hours. For this trip my Boston-to-London leg is a 6-hour red-eye. I leave Boston at 9pm on Saturday and land in London at 8:30am Sunday. Iím really hoping Iíll just sleep on this flight. Then I have an 8-hour layover at Heathrow. Iím actually looking forward to this because Cheryl and Mark are going to join me for lunch and that makes it a treat instead of more boredom. Itís the sign of true friendship when someone will hang out at an airport with you when theyíre not getting on a plane!! The next flight is the long one. Itís almost 12 hours. Not the longest flight, but the longest by far that Iíve ever taken. I leave Heathrow at 4:45pm Sunday and arrive at Cape Town at 6:15am Monday. Thereís just a 1-hour time change between London and Cape Town. Again, hoping to sleep quite a bit, but will also watch a movie and read and try not to go crazy. Unfortunately, I ran out of books to sell and canít upgrade to a more comfy seat!

Any tips for dealing with long flights? Iíll be wearing compression stockings, will stay hydrated and try to move around occasionally, and will have plenty of reading material on my Nook. Iím planning to have a nice breakfast when I arrive at my hotel, and then try to stay awake until after an early supper. I will scoot around the waterfront area, get my bearings in the city, and maybe shop a bit. I know Iíll be exhausted after over 24-hours of traveling, but if Iíve managed to sleep on the plane I should be able to stay up.
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Hey, we're looking forward to coming up and seeing you again and can't wait.... so what if it's an airport? Airports can be pretty cool places to hang round, you know!

Tips for long flights? Ugh... the bane of my life. The most important thing is to try and get on your time zone as soon as you can. On the way over here, as soon as they've served food, I try and get rid of it and get some sleep, as it's a red eye. On the way there, I try to grab no more than an hour or two of sleep to keep going until the evening. By the way, when I say sleep, of course it isn't really - it's just like napping, but not properly sleeping.

The seatback movies are a real bonus and do help hugely with boredom. I still can't believe we once used to just have the one movie shown on a screen for the whole plane - thank goodness things have changed!
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