Oh, wow!John, what do you have to say for yourself?What? I’m making you sleep in a thatched hut.I love it!It’s so cute.An outdoor shower.Oh my god.This is so cute.You have to watch out for the monkeys when you shower. John and I just came here and we were just eating. They had leftover lunch for us, and we were just eating and I see this animal here. Which I stilll don’t know the name – Impala, maybe? Gotta learn the names.so I came back to get the cameraThere it is.Hi John.So, this is where we were sitting –and it’s over there.Hey buddyWe just came to the bar.Apparently they have it closedbecause there are bees around.I definitely heard like some –uh, what?I think that’s an elephant skull,or a skull of some kind.I’m sure we’ll see plenty of that.Where?Ow!We’ve ventured enough into theuninvited land.What is that?What is that?Squirrel? Chipmunk?You keep thinking there’s squirrels here.I’m pretty sure there’s no squirrels.The guy said there was.No..I wanted to give a little tourbefore John decides to ruin ourlittle area over there.I’m making it betterWhat did you say?I’m making it better.I don’t think so.Ok, so you walk inhere is your little yard.and there’s like some more little houses.and then the pool is over there.I think over there is another house.And then the WiFi area.And there is a store right here.But yeah, here is our bedwith these cute littledecoration things.I don’t know what plant that is,but they smell good.Hi.And then we have this like sheetwith all the information.And it just has like the daily routine,optional activities, refreshments, charging station,WiFi hot spot, showers, and departure information.We are staying at the Umlani Bushcamp which is what John planned for us. Which is awesome. I’m whispering ’cause it’s pretty close to things.Then we have this little likenook area here for likelike a dresser type of thing.and then each side hastheir own little stuff.There is like mosquito repellenta little walkie talkie (just in caseof an emergency),mineral water,cup.And here we have our little bathroomwhich is so adorableand they do work with these little lamps too.Which I think they turn them on for us or somethingI’ll figure it out.And then the outdoor shower,which they said to watch out for monkeys.‘Cause apparently they come in here.And then the other sideHi John.Did you tell them about the monkeys?Yeah, I did.And then in the other side –it’s dark, but just have the toilet here.And yeah, that’s our little space, for the next five days? The next five days- or four. At this point probably four.This little buddy here is hanging out outside.Or technically inside our little hut.I feel like I’m going to be by this window a lot ’cause it’s like the only light. So we’re just getting ready. We’re going to go out with our first game drive? Is that what it’s called? And we’re just getting our stuff ready. Our backpacks with our stuff. Put some sunblock on, and got dressed. Just wearing this shirt, that ties down. I don’t really know what to expect. I’m just putting something really basic on, with a tank top under and the jeans that I was wearing here. And then these walking shoes. And my little hat. My little hat.I just realized we’re matching.I told you we were going to match.But I didn’t plan that.Oh, there’s one right here.I didn’t even realize it.oh my god.They’re playingOh, they’re on the hammock.Oh!The male that defecate in there,made with their horn.If he did cross to another male’s territoryhe will just leave there.Want some dinner.Go for it!There you go!See them?I don’t see them.See them across the river?Oh when we passed earlier?That you missed it earlier?That we checked.I know, that’s what I was saying too.So their gestation period are 22 months.They live up to 65.And they give birth anytime of the year.During the day,ands sometimes during the night.This male is just stopping this female.Because he keep on stopping her every time.Ready?