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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... side of the helicopter could have a clear view, then he reversed directions and let the others (including me) have a clear view. The view, with its scope and scale is challenging to describe. The falls are not like Niagara where the water goes over a cliff into a wide open plane-like space. At Victoria Falls the water falls into a rather narrow ravine, part of which is on the Zambian side of the border and the other on the Zimbabwe side. The length of the ...
... it was worth renting a poncho as you do get soaked. I didn't see how as the walkway on top if the gorge was pretty much as high as the river. I was very wrong. The spray was so immense it was impossible not to get drenched through! All the kids had waterproofs or ponchos, but us adults didn't. We had a lot more fun! And dried ...
... safari vehicle hybrid to drive to the Mokoro station. Our polers were all very nice and travelling down the Delta was beautiful and very relaxing. We also learnt alot staying and walking around th island, adding to our list of animals by finally seeing some zebra. We have now crossed over the border into Zambia and are looking forward to Victoria falls and a river cruiser tomorrow morning. Lots of Love, Emma and the ...
... traveled solo as his lady-friend was off visiting the Holy Land. As a non-believer, he had little interest in that destination so opted for a trip of his own. Rudy was our designated "character," offering quirky commentary and ensuring that there was always toast at breakfast. Speaking both English and German (and Dutch and Latin and something else), he was great social glue!
Last but not least, Khara and Matt from ...
... 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 ...