It’s 4 o’clock in the morning and despite the sleepiness, my eyes spring open. I realise I have the best alarm clock in the world.
‘Whooooooop’. A wandering hyaena greets the day.
Emily and Graham are helping me settle in and are checking that everything here at the WE office is on track. For a newcomer, it reminds you of a beehive. It looks like everyone is running in circles, but each person knows their purpose and persues it willingly. When the day is past, WE relax around a warm fire and I realise there shall never be a dull moment here at WE. Between Grahams contagious laugh, and Marco’s ever amusing stories about childhood pets, life at WE is cosy!
This mornings drive started on a good note. No mist and a beautiful sunrise. Pieter and Rexon tried their best to find a leopard this morning, hot on the trail of fresh tracks in the Twin Dams area, but to no avail. This afternoon at 3:30 CAT, don’t forget to join us for ‘Behind the Scenes’. Following that, WE will have Marco on camera and Rexon presenting on the game drive.
Written by Angie
Written by Angie
Great to have you at WE, Angie! It will be wonderful to have you present on a game drive. Best of luck to you!
Amanda in San Francisco
Welcome Angie! It’s going to be nice to hear a woman along with all those hunky men! You sound like you will be a wonderful asset to the WE team! I wish I had the sounds of the wild waking me up every morning, no such luck in So. California! Welcome again and I know you’re going to be great!
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Welcome Angie! Nicely written blog (why can’t I have a hyaena for an alarm clock?), I am looking forward to getting to know you. I am sure you will settle in just fine with the other bush addicts :-)
Have lots of fun and exciting times at WE!