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... itself, I loved every minute. Perhaps in 10 years time I will be a helicopter doctor? For those safety freaks out there, it was an extremely slick operation, and the Pilot was a British ex-pat who now lives in Cape Town, but has come to Zambia for a "working holiday" over the South African winter. If I could do it a hundred times more, I would! After the helicopter ride, I finally got round to washing pretty much ...
... to Octavia's Spa. I enjoyed their salt water flotation pool, gravity defying, followed by a Swiss shower - jets of water from all directions were delightful, then the beautiful heated pool, the Roman bath. The grounds were beautiful to walk in after the Spa, the free shuttle bus took me back to the airport and ultimately I arrived back in Cape Town safely and so did my luggage! Emperor's Palace is something to consider if you are stuck twiddling ...
... toys. They’ve been given us massages over time and they've accumulated enough money to buy a toy. Hopefully they’ve learned a lesson there as well. We spend the next 3 days in Fish Hoek doing...not a lot. Well, we catch-up on homework, do reseach, shopping and relaxing. The children are happy to play with their toys, watching TV and annoying each other. We do visit the penguins again and it’s lovely to see loads of them on the beach. Besides that, we have a bit of ...
... after Halong Bay. The falls stretch for over a kilometre and because we're there in wet season, they're operating in full force. The sheer volume of water that rushes past is terrifying and the off-spray is intense enough that I'm almost instantaneously drenched. It's one of those places that is so magnificent that it makes you feel closer to god/the non-denominational higher power of your choosing. Perhaps it's this awe inspiring power or perhaps ...
... extremely enjoyable, it is definitely a country I would be happy to visit again as it is very pretty and the people are extremely friendly. The final part of the trip was visiting Victoria Falls which we managed to see from both the Zimbabwe and Zambia side. We got absolutely drenched and the spray was so strong that we couldn't actually see much of the falls which was a shame, but we managed to see an amazing view of the sunset with the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service