Cresta Churchill Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... into all available seats and paddled off across the water whilst the remaining 'crew' took the vehicles (Evie and I enjoying riding on the trailer..! and Jake drove 'Gary') to 'campsite 2'... What a lovely way to spend a day...paddling, fishing, large GnTs, a yummy Braai, great company AND the chance for the kids (big and small) to hurl themselves off rocks into the ...
... explore the famed Bambata Caves*. 2 hours into the journey that we'd only anticipated taking 3 hours in total, we were fast running out of positive things to say about the scenery (however stunning it continued to be)...we were even less complimentary about the park authorities..! Teased by the 'Garmin' (even the technology seems to be working against us), we ventured up and down numerous ...
... 360 degree view of Matopos. We got there just in time for sunset, and my what a sunset it was. A perfect end to a great day. We couldn't believe how quickly the time went, considering it was a half day tour we didn't get home till 7:30, after being picked up at 12:30!! 7 hours for a half day trip, not bad going. Also, we still got to see some game even though we didn't go inside the park! An experience we wont forget in a hurry!!
... was eaten off our lap, but this time in the dark. We don't even have a table to eat off so every meal is eaten off our lap.
After dinner I snuck off to get on here and update you all that I am alive and well and having the time of my life. I had only just logged in and the tour leader sent Dara to get me for a briefing. Apparently I was delinquent to go off BEFORE dishes were done and we had ...
... poaching of ‘his babies’ (rhinos). His pride in his country was strong. We felt his undying admiration for the wisdom and beauty of the bushmen’s philosophy and life. He enlightened us on one of the strongest personalities in Zimbabwean history, Cecil Rhodes (yes, the founder of de Beers diamond mines and the Rhodes Scholars).
Ian’s passion for the rhinos is without parallel. Ian was the rhino whisperer who got ...