Eagle'S Rest B&B Guest House
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... standard, including most of the geology collection and a lot of the mammal collection. It was like seeing a museum that hadn't been maintained well in several years.
There was even a giant Coelocanth next to a standing poster for Mrs. Ples.
In Pretoria we got a good feel for what an African city that was "more African" was like. Pretoria felt like what I thought ...
... we had to buy.
A bit of rain started to fall while Mieka and I were home so we grabbed the cushions in time and closed essential windows. A shower was followed by a bit more packing, followed by playing Fish with Erik and Mieka in the garden. Simon was supposed to be joining us tonight but called to say he was stuck in Cape Town as his work hadn’t quite concluded. Gary and Werna arrived after 7pm and then Karen and the girls, ...
... then like 42,500 which I thought would surely be enough for a taxi to the airport!!! So I was sorted. Went to breaky for the last time in Zambia....sad times!!! Buffet styley, got my cereal, picked up a muffin, and asked for egg on toast!!! Ru was there and joined me for breaky the big ginger kayaking scot, so he had the muffin in the end and after that we went to the riverside bar next door looking for crocodiles!!! Didn't see any though... Then I went to order a taxi for half ...
... memory jewelry – the lady who makes designer pieces put a beautiful necklace around my neck and we were chatting and looking – of course the piece I liked best was the most expensive piece in the shop and totally out of my price range – so I was looking at alternatives – anyway, not able to make up my mind on anything we continued wandering around, and at a point I caught a reflection of myself in a mirror and realized to my horror I was ...
... breathtaking landscapes, awe inspiring animal encounters and the opportunity to meet some amazing people. From Maasai warriors who showed us hospitality beyond their means, to ragged children waving at a big yellow truck from the streets to fun-loving truck mates from around the world who became friends for life. So it with with heavy hearts that we headed to the airport on Marks birthday to leave this amazing continent but this was countered by ...