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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... to sit and focus on the animals, they could be birds or animals in the water. One rule when you enter the hide is you must be "silent" no loud talking.
It is a very peaceful and relaxing place to be. Here again, there may not be any animals to see, but the landscape is breathtaking.
It is now time to leave the park and head to Johannesburg which will take ...
... reserved my seat early and sat near the from of the plane, row 58, as the First/Biz class upstairs have the rows below 50. Anyway, the flight went remarkably well. Seat was comfortable, the movie selection quite good, although I forces myself to only watch one and then sleep (or try). Most remarkable was the dinner meal... Although quite late by the time we ate, 11:30pm or so, the beef stew was the tastiest plane meal I have ever had (perhaps with the exception of fresh made ...
... light of what had happened. We ended up sitting and watching him eat.
We arrived in Jinka in late afternoon and we ere dropped off at an over priced hotel. Mamo disappeared and said we could meet up later. We then bumped into Francois, who was on our Danekill trip in the North and managed to sort out lifts the following day to Abra Minch in his minibus.
When Mamo arrived at dinner time, we paid him off. I was glad to see him and Chato go. They ...
... struck by the education and the international honours bestowed on Nelson. He even received a doctorate in Latin!
He started off as a common man with a passion to lead his people to freedom and he is now an international hero. The black Africans I met and talked with demonstrated their honour for him when they spoke to me of this common man who had ‘fought’ for their rights and won. They spoke of him like people speak of a ...
... concentration of elephants and rhinos (Chobe refuge). Turns out she actually works for that refuge. We spent hours chatting, her telling me about her wanting to live in a European country and me telling her about my wanting to live in Africa. She informed me that she knows someone who does a lot of work and research on elephants and that she would speak to him about me. She also informed me that my idea of a cheap meal (as indicated by my previous ...