13.09.2010 - 13.09.2010 27 °C
Woke up late again today. I've given up trying to have a shower in the morning - it just never happens, i let alone make it to breakfast on time!
Although when i staggered out the tent this morning i was met with trumpeting, Elephants up close and personal! I went to tell everyone else, i dunno why i assumed i was the only one who could hear them, i haven't got magical hearing, quite the opposite, so i was met with an empty table! I grabbed two bits of toast and joined them. Quite an experience, breakfast with Elephants (Y) Oh, i'm becoming quite the coffee drinker by the way, parents will find it strange i assume.
Went de-worming this morning, was looking forward to it but i genuinely had to stop myself collapsing in the heat, think i should start taking more vitamins! My leg was getting achey and Stevie eventually told me hospital would be the best plan to get some antibiotics... never happened though, planning isn't an African strong point i would say, oh well we'll see! I got a bit teary though, don't like dealing with medical stuff without mum being around.. Tina was there to fill me up on cuddles though !
Bryony and i went running about in the rain at lunchtime, was so refreshing, felt like a total kid though!
Afternoon, it has to be said i was slacking a bit at the tree nursery - mainly because right at the beginning i felt something bite me in the crotchal area and i had a hissy fit... i kept clear of the bugs from then on! Stevie learnt we are not ALL from grumpy old England, some of us are pure Scotch beef, small Irish Leprechauns, and we even have a fishy smelling Kangaroo from Australia - which turns out he actually thought was Welsh!
Stevie also gave us an insight into his animal mating habits, thats all i'm saying... i have never laughed so much in my life though! Aloe Vera was also bought from Mr. Musa... who was selling it like it was his dying wish!
OMG - french plaiting, Tina is on a rampage, it's brilliant!
Dunno if i will go to hospital tomorrow, i would of went today but the decision isn't in my hands.. i think it should get better over night maybe!
Chilling to Emma's Nigerian music, niiiiiiggghhhhttt
p.s. Jenny & I tidied the tent!