Caribbea Bay Hotel & Casino Resort
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... were very Australian by an Australian and they were determined to make amends in the coming days and find a pepper steak to erase the memories of the horrid "pies" Leigh tried in Kenya. Rach (my wife) was very excited to find some reasonably priced and tasty strawberries. Matt also considered buying a Hamburger but $1 was too rich for his blood. Only a short drive to the next camp on the lake (thank f...). Everybody is pretty sick of ...
... I found a spot on the deck where we played a little music, did manicures and pedicures and basically read and sun-bathed for the day. We were like royalty, we drunk homemade cocktails, and the boys even brought lunch out to us - gourmet toasted sandwiches, lucky us! This day was a very cruisey one. This is the life! When we docked we soon began to see little eyes looking at us. Thank god they weren't lions. Baboons and tonnes of crocodiles! The crew even said they have ...
As we were walking towards our tent to
grab stuff for a shower we were confronted by 5 MASSIVE elephants
wandering around the camp. We could not believe it, we spent loads on
a safari in the Serengeti and didn't see groups of elephants, come
here and spend 6$ and see loads!! One elephant was determined to get
into the bin, after 5 minutes of using his trunk to wrap around the
bin, he finally tipped it upside down, getting what he wanted, ...
... Since we were in a smaller vehicle than the lorries we were told we could pass through to the front which we did. We got to the front of the queue to find police, and a huge crowd of people. A lorry carrying sulphur (not really sure why) had blown a tire and the sulphur had split all over the road, which was basically now on fire. We couldn't pass through since the sulphur would get into the tyres and probably set the car on fire, a risk we nor anyone else was willing to ...
... for an error in my last blog on Harare - our Makuti Lodge stop was after Mana Pools on our way to Kariba - not as previously reported. TK picked up my mistake after the blog had been sent. Foggy brain after too much of that divine red wine!
Cerutti is a town in the suburb of Charara, on the banks of the Kariba Dam. First up was a one night stop in the lovely thatched Tsanga Lodge on the waters edge of Kariba Lake. Having green grass under our ...