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“Ik ga” means “I am going” in dutch. That is what I did, I went and set up my publishing company.
When you say “ik ga twikga!”, you are saying that you are “going with”, or support twikga. That is when I say – Thanks for the follow!
Near the Savuti Channel in Botswana, we witnessed a family of 13 lions having a feast over a giraffe. Not a pretty sight, or smell. Then a leopard appeared on the scene. Wrong place, wrong time. He was chased into a tree in no time.
There he was, trapped and hoping for the lions to move off. In the end he got a chance to sneak away. Most of the scene was not “children’s book material”. I did use some of the images in Phanhabs Lush Bush, to illustrate that in the bush every animal has it’s part in the food-chain. Eat and be eaten…