Life On 3rd
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... Not many animals, but David has continued to take many photos of the landscape as well as those beautiful boulders. The landscape changes from very green foliage to barren land. You will see many different trees, as well as flowering bushes. The park is beautiful and there is a wonderful feeling driving through it.
In the park they have lookout stations, which ...
... airport to Z gates where the big-heavies load, the A-380s. If have never flown or been beside one, they are absolutely massive. Double decker plane is impressive enough but the wings and engines are phenomenal. At max. takeoff weight of over 560 tonnes, it really is amazing that they can fly 10,000km at 900km/hr at 40,000ft!!! It turns out that the flight was absolutely jam packed and the chaos getting 500ppl into a tin can is never smooth, even with German efficiency. Fortunately ...
... and contempt. Later he handed it over. We left for Keyafar, where we stopped for lunch.
I did not recognise the restaurant at first but this was the restaurant where we had stopped on the first day and being handsomely ripped off. When I did remember, both Stefan and I voiced our displeasure at returning here and asked to move. Mamo refused, saying it was his friend’s place and he had had a bad day. This was totally unprofessional and very poor ...
... very hard. The tour guide showed us bullet holes in the bricks on the outside of the house. On two of the walls inside the house was the following quote from Nelson Mandela: “A freedom fighter’s wife is often like a widow, even when her husband is not in prison.”
The house was very small and very simple. In it now are lots of memorabilia that gave a glimpse into the lives of Nelson, his first 2 wives and their children. ...
... so I asked where she was off to and if she was staying the night as well. She told me about why she was stuck in the airport over night (I was getting accustomed to her accent and honestly didn't' catch much of it) and that she was on her way back home to Botswana come morning. Naturally she inquired about my endeavor and I informed her that I am highly considering traveling to Botswana while at Victoria Falls to take a safari on a reserve that has ...