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My Kwando experience : report & stories


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@Bush dogI love your report! It awakes so many memories! Your photography is outstanding. I've been to Kwando in 2010,2011,2012,2013,2014,2015 and 2017. I also met Charles, Hobbs, Spencer, Dux, Lizi, Balepi, Mike, Moses, Leso .. etc.. And that leopard cub from 2011 :) with its mom. Perhaps, I must write the report about Kwando, too.

I remember in 2010 there was still a one-eye lion-pride. One-eye died in early 2011 as I know. Tja, ok, I could talk here for ages but I am afraid, I'd better should open e new thread ;-)

Thank you very much for sharing it!! 

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