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Jao Camp - July 2016

Jul 10, 2016  |   Jao Camp

Climate and Landscape
The month of July was a whirlwind of ‘snuggle up next to the fire with hot chocolate and Amarula’ evenings followed by bright sunny days with ice-cold sparkling wine and summery nostalgia. When it was warm it was pleasant but when it was cold we were competing with the polar bears. There were even days when the sky grew dark with what looked like rain, leaving many a person, and I am sure an animal too, scratching their heads in confusion… global warming or just Mother Nature playing a cruel trick on us?

The famous ‘bush baby’ came to many a shivering guest’s aid this month on the early starts when the sky would turn from ink black to shades of greys and pinks. At night our electric blankets and ‘delicious’ down...

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