Cresta Thapama Hotel
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... night, we could hear loud roaring all night but never saw what was making it, there was even a scream as something was bought down
I heard something munching outside my tent, unzipped it and came face to face with a spring bok, I am not sure who was more surprised me or him, I had left my camera on the truck so I couldn’t even get a close up photo, a few seconds later, he just carried on eating and completely ignored me, I could have reached out and touched him, he ...
... while the crowed was away, its been good without the waffle, bickering and complaining
Well after the mayhem of putting stuff back we all piled aboard and they plugged in all their gadgets in case they weren’t at 100%, cables and wires dangling, putting kit away in lockers
We were off to see elephants, (hundreds ...
... rank I stretch my stiff legs getting of the taxi scrutinizing the money launderers for a trusty face. With great numeric care I exchange Rands for Botswanan Pulas from a lady robed in white.
With Pulas in our pockets we made our way to the railway station. We amble across the market plain past lines of hawkers retailing cheap, brightly coloured Chinese manufactured merchandise.
Gabs station buildings is not an impressive structure from a bygone era like many ...
... nice birds, lovely to hear the hornbills again and we finally feel we are nearly in the bush Yoohoo ! As usual our cottage is very nice,spotlessly clean and welcoming . Our "trusty steed" continues to be ravenous and is chewing fuel at an alarming rate much to Pete's distress and mine as I see the lolly disappearing leaving very little contingency fund should I " feel a lodge coming on" at ...
... anything so we drove back into Francistown and checked into the Diggers Inn.
The next morning we were up early to extend that ruddy tourist visa that uncooperative woman on the border had given us. The reputation of visa extensions and in particular the Francistown Immigration office had, lead us to leave to queue at 7.00am. When we eventually arrived, there was already a queue down the main street and it looked as if we would be late to meet ...