Some of you will know that we are currently hosting some WONDERFUL overseas doggie-guests in our beautiful country. This expedition has all been orchestrated by:
MANGO... A reall small and tiny little doggie from Master Chew Sits.
He is hosting this expedition to SOUTH AFRICA and has brought along some really sweety Gals and some handsome guy-pooches.
You can get all their own personal accounts of this tour on their blogs:
Anyway, things have been really hectic here with all these"Squatters" pitching all their tents in our parks, gate-crashing our neighbours' swimming pools, scaring away all the animals and generally creating chaos. As their Tour Guide, I am taking great pains to both rope them in and give them a truly African experience.
It's a difficult job to say the least!
My guests have almost demolished our wine stocks and the gals have taken true advantage of our TOFFEE.
Unfortunately I have some bad news to report:
The BAD news is that TOFFEE took ill last night. Although he is back home, he had to have emergencey surgery. It seems that the visiting Gals were just too much for him! His Anal glands took a dangerous turn, so unfortunately he is slightly 'out of commission' at the moment.
(You can get the serious account of this on my Mom's other blog):
The GOOD news is that the Tour is still in full swing!!!
Because I am the best Tour Guide in the country, I thought I'd show my visitors around. Here are some pictures of our excursions...
I felt that my guests needed an orientation into some of the cultural dances in our country. We are the 'RAINBOW' nation with 11 official languages and many, many, different cultures. This dance has been handed down through many generations. It is a war dance with vibrant drumming and rhythmic movement.
It is 47m in circumference, so there was ample room for all our guests' toilet routines.
(and if you are interested to find out more about this beautiful tree, you can click on the link)
We stopped for refreshments and the resident Warthogs too came to get their own sighting of our guests! Petey and Tanner tried a game of 'Pool' with them...
(Unfortunately our guests lost the game!)
What better way to finish off the day than on the back of a Game Drive Vehicle?!
We observed yet another beautiful African Sunset.
I'm not sure what happened after that. The wine and commeradie had taken their toll.