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Tuesday, 15 December 2015 15:05

Rossana Reis from USA

With Rossana Reis from USA who is deaf/blind and Ronel Maree South African Blind/Deaf Sign Language Interpreter on tour in Kwazulu Natal, South Africa

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Tactile Sign Language / for deaf blind on back while canoeing. Amazing ladies!with Jennae Bezuidenhout with Rossana Reis and Ronel Maree

Posted by Access2africa Safaris on Friday, 20 November 2015

My first time having witnessed these beautiful beings, free to roam in the wild...(Shareable w/ video description below for blind folks.)[59 sec video series of 6 clips captured during game drive last week. Hunting is banned by the South African gov't at this game reserve:1st clip: mama warthog (wild pig) grazing in bushland w/ two babies scurrying from underneath 2nd clip: papa warthog grazing in bushlandhttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phacochoerus3rd clip: white mama rhino grazing w/ baby rhino4th clip: two white male rhinos sizing each other uphttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/White_rhinoceros5th female giraffe grazing on tree6th baby female giraffe grazing on treehttps://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/GiraffeBackground drumming music by Babatunde Olatunji ("Incantations")Big thanks to game driver, Dave, and Ronel who sat on a pillowed crate diagonally facing me in order to interpret & tactile spot these creatures and megafaunas.

Posted by Rossana Reis on Monday, 30 November 2015

What an amazing Elephant Interaction experience today with two incredible ladies! At Bayete Zulu, Hluhluwe, Kwazulu Natal. South Africa. With Rossana and Deaf Blind Sign Language Interpreter. Ronel Maree Janet Cuthbertson. Asiah Mason. Philip Dobson. Leopard Walk Lodge.Rossana Reis. Scott Rains.Access2africa Safaris

Posted by Jennae Bezuidenhout on Thursday, 19 November 2015

Elephant interaction with amazing two guests Rossana Reis and Deaf Blind Sign Language Interpreter Ronel Maree. With Philip Dobson and Rossana Reis. Debbie Cuthbertson Smith.Janet Cuthbertson.Asiah Mason.Bill Barkeley.MaryBeth Barkeley.Dean Smith. Elizabeth Hattingh, Leopard Walk Lodge Scott Rains

Posted by Jennae Bezuidenhout on Thursday, 19 November 2015
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