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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... stamped and followed him to his van. We jumped in and his crazy side kick started saying 'You are in the real Africa now' They asked where we had been and then commented that ' They are all soft Africa, you will now see what Africa is all about.' OMG we thought!! It was a very funny bus trip to Victoria Falls Town as whatever happened i.e animals on the road, smoking trucks, delays, would all be met with 'This is Africa' and then deep laughter.
VICTORIA FALLS ...
Our hosts at Muchenje Lodge drove us to Kasane airport where we were met to be taken through customs to exit Botswana. We were then off to catch a ferry (it was just a small old boat that we were afraid Kyle might refuse to get on) to immigration in Zambia. After paying a visitors visa we were driven to our hotel Zambezi Sun in Livingstone (Victoria Falls). We ended up with 3 different drivers in less then two hours but all very good and informative! The hotel is nice, ...
... and keep Olly from trying to eat more than his own body weight this time! We have had time to meet teams 1&2 who are all in good spirits and making their way to the project today. I will write one more blog tomorrow, before we go to the project, to report our afternoon of going posh, but there is likely to be a 6 day gap after that as there is no Wifi in Mwandi. So lots of Love from the Beats chillin to the Zambia Beat! ...
... talking about beads. I started perusing the artifacts and display information. Once I knew it was OK, I began snapping photos since I knew I wouldn't have enough time to examine everything at my leisure. Unfortunately, we had very little time as the last shuttle to the hotel was leaving soon. I had hoped to return when we revisited Victoria Falls at the end of the trip, but it wasn't to be. Sigh.
Waiting for the hotel shuttle, ...
Today I got a full tour of the wildlife orphanage and got introduced to all the animals. They have leopards, lions, servals, jackels, baboons, vervet monkeys, crocs, tortoises, a bush baby, a bunch of birds of prey, kudu, diekers, and some domestic animals like sheep and goats. For the week we get put into a team of 3-4 people that we work with all week and rotate which section we work in each day. Today we worked with the domestic animals and fed the baby ...