Comfort Corner Guesthouse
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free parking
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... dream-like flight, the kind one often sees in documentaries or other films.
Back at the pad they showed us a video they quickly put together with stock footage and some that had been shot on digital cameras as we embarked and disembarked.
I wasn’t impressed with the video, so I didn’t buy it and instead walked back to the hotel where Marjolaine was surprised that I had already made the flight.
We decided I should go into town ...
... on the Zambezi river. The spray of Victoria Falls was easily visible just round the corner of the river from where we boarded. The boat set of upstream, away from the falls, and gently glided up the river. Trampling through the trees on the river bank of an large island in the river was a group of elephants. Apparently they have to swim to get to it using their trunks as snorkels! But we didn't get to see that. A bit further ...
... Our experience at Mwandi has been eye-opening and we all feel so lucky to have experienced it and some of us are even thinking of coming back in the future. We are leaving early in the morning tomorrow to go back to Livingstone where we will be eating out for almost every meal (which we are looking forward to) and sleeping in beds! See you all so soon! Love Alex, Annabelle and team 2 ...
... north we will be more lucky.
We spent yesterday watching rugby with 3 internationals on. Its was good to watch apart from the 1 point loss to the kiwis. today was spent by the pool as we had no wifi. We did spend a couple of hours washing this morning but it was due, we were either going to attract or scare the animals off with our aroma. Hopefully we can find a couple more exciting things to do over the next couple of days before heading north on Wednesday. ...
... crumpled buildings and not much else. Dad added “well at least its improved since I was last here!” We went straight to the municipal camp ground in the centre of town which was plagued by large groups of Vervet monkeys and large trucks carrying teenagers on trans-African booze journeys. The camp group was large which was good, so we could avoid both of these loud and boisterous residents. A Warthog sauntered past as we were putting up ...