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And what a shower it was. Out in the African bush, a couple of cubicles made of reed screens, underneath a huge, spreading...tree. At this point, would be nice to say what sort of tree bu
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there are somethings which should never be interrupted and a shower is, most certainly, one of them. however, in the case of a bull elephant, i too would be prepared to make an exception!
i was ambling through experiences about namibia and found this, dont know why it appears to have been missed in the ratings, its a lovely story, thanks for posting it.
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