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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to work on getting better. More meds, lots of rest and we were advised to drink 3 litres of water a day. It is easy to dehydrate here. There are very few places with air conditioning.
Our big Christmas present was the arrival of Pat and Gail. Now the fun was going to start!
We had a present for them too. Gail and Pat are accomplished ukulele players. Every year, when they travel, they bring their ukes with them, and have a real shindig. Chris and I play ...
... a challenge as there was about 15 or so young baboons. Once they got used to you, they were very fond of climbing up onto your should and grooming your hair. They also liked to jump from your shoulders to trees or other peoples shoulders and back again. Very inquisitive and playful. The afternoon involved project work. This was basically painting the equipment in the schools playground. My sister would have been proud! The evening was a quiet one filled with playing ...
... layover in JNB, getting to know this airport quite well. Had bacon banana and maple syrup breakfast!
2 hours to Windhoek in Namibia.
Wonderful room - elephant room! Friendly place, friendly staff.
maybe go exploring later.
... coming to their villages. The villages all have a ceremonial fireplace strategically placed between the chief's hut and the kraal entrance where animals shelter for the night. For a man to marry, it costs him five cows payable to the bride’s father. The Himba women are famous for smearing themselves with a mixture of ochre, butter and bush herbs to dye their skin a burnt orange colour. They use the ...
... particularly enjoyed was food prep. Here, you prepare all the food for the animals and each had its own menu for the day. The messiest food was for the baboons where you have 4 giant tubs of milliepap and 2 giant buckets of fruit and vegetables to mix together - it looked like a messy mediterranean salad. Once all the food was prepared then we were able to feed the animals.
As all the enclosures have electric fences, we had to do ...