Cresta Churchill Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... though as the park officials cut them of to prevent poachers from doing it, which is sad and unfortunate that such drastic measures need to be taken to protect the rhinos. We hung with them for a little bit, then headed back to the 4x4s to find the most refreshing coke ever. This afternoon was another relaxing one by the pool and I finally finished "Gone Girl". Great book though I'm not a fan of the ending, can't wait to see the movie now, but that'll have to wait till I get ...
I had the best feeling about today. Today I was hopefully going to see an animal which is estimated to be extinct within the next 10 years. When I eventually have kids, they most probably will never get the opportunity to see them. It's so sad to think that. We were picked up at 9am by 2 jeeps, one driver was Andy (a mad man), and the other was Ian, we rushed for Ian's jeep! It was a 20 minute drive to the gates of Matopos National park, home to giraffe, hippo, leopard, a huge variety ...
Once again I am quite far behind in my blog entries. I am having to jog my memory of the days gone by, most of them all joining into one. Luckily I have the help of Rach and Leigh. We desperately needed the lie in we were allowed on this morning. The excitement of the past few days had worn us out. We all joined for a late breakfast of plain cereal after being spoilt with bacon and eggs and pancakes the past two mornings. I ...
... a cool dip in the pool... Discussing our failure with camp guides, Zeph and Shepherd, they smiled, admitting that they too had not found Bambata Cave the first time they'd set off on the same mission...they'd even managed to get stuck and needed towing out..! Apparently, there used to be an easy access point which must've been the one Craig and our guide book had alluded too...no longer, it would seem, due to a clampdown on poaching... We had unfinished business ...
... paintings- but for most people here that is there only source of income and they are always very friendly so it's nice to chat with them and ask questions even if you don't want to buy anything. Monday was a long drive, crossed into Zambia. It is much more prosperous in Zambia - Malawi is extremely poor and has basically no natural resources, but the people there are very community-minded and always seem happy. Tuesday was another fairly long driving day, ...