It’s all Swiss to me this week: they somehow knock those champion Gallic peacock’s off their perch and yet again it is them scoring goals at Kicheche, this time from Valley Camp. I give you Claudia Isler:
‘Having been in one of the Kicheche camps almost every year since 2010, I was longing to be back to see everyone again’.
Rather than dwelling on memories she did something about it, being Swiss, she is of course able to do so. A couple of weeks after she penned that missive she is back in her favourite backyard, keeping an eye on her favourite subjects.
Some were misbehaving, it is rare enough to see a lion cub carried but when it is by a sub adult it is remarkable, but dangerous for the youngster as the carrier is not a mode of transport but an adolescent, treating the newborn as a toy, subjugating it to two hours of punishment. You want to get involved but know it would be wrong (we’ll call it Hancock syndrome).
Thank you for all the updates Claudia, it sounds incredible, I am glad you got there, many would love to join you, all baffled by travel policies with more holes than one of your fabled cheeses. I should remain neutral on this but it really makes me go emmental ….