All About A Camel

The camel that I rode...not eat

My motto has always been that I’ll eat anything that won’t kill me.  What I didn’t factor into this was that on this particular day, I’d be riding around on a camel in the morning and then munching down on one later that evening.  Camel sausages to be exact and just like Kangaroo, I’m not a fan. I don’t know if this is because I found the sausages to be rather greasy or the fact that I took one out for a joy ride earlier that day.

Either way, I can now tick eating camel off on my list and know that this is something that I won’t be doing again in the future (eating…not riding as that experience was pretty cool) as this is just not my cup of tea.

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