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18/09/09: The Mating Game

Category: Game Drives
Posted by: Graham
A male Leopard's prerogative to just say no.

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Category: Our African Way
Posted by: Pippa
... which will be issued here on the Djuma Weblog every two weeks. You the reader are most welcome to post feedback as the story progresses.
The writings that follow evolved from years of telling stories to guests that passed through Djuma Game Reserve’s lodges. Many years later the stories made their way onto pages so that our children would have a record of what was keeping their parents busy for all those years. The Djuma Story, or “Our African Way” starts many years before Djuma itself was created, but there were several indications early on that Jurie and I were to create an entity that would develop into something far beyond our expectations.
Some of the chapters are lengthy and will be split up over a couple of editions. I will be adding photos as I go along, and welcome responses and perhaps recollections and reflections of your own, by posting comments in the comment section below.
Philippa Moolman

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Posted by: Graham
Photography of Djuma By Graham

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One of the perks of being the longest standing guide in the Sabi Sands is the many, amazing photographic oportunities. The fun is getting the camera to do what it is supposed to, at the right time.
Should anyone want to aquire the rights to use any of the shots please feel free to contact me...

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10/09/09: Life at Bush Lodge

Category: General
Posted by: kim82
The bush Lodge team would like to welcome our newest adition to our family. Chloe is our new student who will be spending three months with us. She is from Reunion Island and is learning to speak English alot quicker then she thought, she is also a great help when chatting to French guests. we hope that she has a wonderful stay at Bush Lodge and that she takes with her many fond memories of both Africa and Djuma.
Category: General
Posted by: Graham
It is that time of year again when you begin to listen for the break in the monotony of the dawn chorus, signalling the arrival of the migrant birds.

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