Caribbea Bay Hotel & Casino Resort
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... the guy went into panic mode and kicked this mongoose like it was trying to rip his leg off not just nip it. This is obviously a nice campsite, but there is an underlying sinister air to it. Much like the bit in a film where the music turns ominously as a bad guy enters the scene. I'm sure it's just me but everything seems a bit too polished and the staff seem a bit too helpful. I'm worried if I **** someone will come along with a Hoover and suck it up. I will spend the next ...
... and hopped on board our boathome for the next few days. She's a beaut, with a jacuzzi and a swimming cage for us when we don't want to swim next to the crocodiles, which is often. Then we dressed up for a big party, details of which are hazy, but unfortunately, photographed. Zoe: Off to Zimbabwe today. We were lucky to be let out of Zambia first though. Apparently having a stamp in your passport was not going to satisfy this one official who wanted to see the receipt too, ...
... office at the top
of the hill to get it. On arrival we managed to sort out again that
we were a caravan and so could enter. By this time it was getting
late so we booked into the campsite at the back of the office. Once
again we had a visit by some baboons but no ...
... around. Jess sends out big thanks to Leigh for the use of his electric shaver. Also, Leigh should definitely not feel bad about making Jess cut his hair a second time because without the shaver Matt would look like one of the big beasts we spotted in the jungle of Rwanda. After disembarking about lunchtime we headed to the supermarket. Matt and Leigh resisted the urge to buy meat pies due to their frugal nature but were later told ...
... asked questions and were informed about Ebola. We all had to press our thumb in ink then wash it off to show we had "graduated" from Ebola class. It took a while to get our double entry visa, but it all ran smoothly which was good. We were allowed in Zimbabwe! We didn't drive far down the road to where we boarded our house boat. We lugged all our luggage, alcohol and food from Wiley down to the houseboat, said bye to JB, found our rooms and ...