The Stone Guest House
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... under our tents, by the way did I mention they are raised!!! The bugs at dinner tonight were terrible. The light at tracks them. Food has been only ok, AND no cranberry juice. Henry just saved me, a huge bug. He had to get up so we could kill the sucker. It sounded like a plane coming in for a landing on my head!!! It is 8:45 at night- ok I am going to switch to my book and try to change to a darker font. Wonderful time but the bugs......happy Veterans Day to Henry, the only one in our ...
... 000 cubic metres of water per minute flowing now.
At peak flows it is over 500,000 cubic metres per minute. I have no idea how they measure it.
Didn't do devils pool. It is pretty lame. It makes a neat photo but that's all.
This morning we did the neatest thing ever, we attended Walk With Lions. We interacted with and petted 2 19 month old lions. We have a video and pictures. Then we saw 2 that were 9 months old and 2 that were 3 months old. We were there at least 2 ...
... filtered down to provide facilities for the Batswana. As our local guide said, in the village they have a new hospital, good schools and a new library and community centre, so what more could they ask for? Much of the housing is very basic with shared toilets perched at the end of dusty plots and communal standpipes for water. However, it now costs a relatively small amount to have a private stand pipe installed and electricity. Gradually more people will be able to do this. In fact ...
... very easy to imagine the falls in full flow.At
the moment it is even possible to walk across the top of the falls to
Livingstone Islan and go swimming in a natural pool overlooking the
falls. The falls cover a distance of just over 1 km and the walk gave
us wonderful views whilst not being busy. After walking back to
Kirsty we then drove across the border to Zambia. The ...
7am leave with packing team actually packing! Stop for food and drink, will be an hour in this city, 2 hours later we finally depart. I get the tent out as we are told there are no rooms there but stu goes to see if there are any close by. After 10 minutes he calls me over, they actually have a single room along with a double for them so we take it, what a great decision that turns into! The room is basic but cool with a shower like no other before, basically a tap 8 foot up. ...