Don Arcadia II
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Picked up by our driver and shown Baobab tree that is 1000-1500 years old. Very similar to our boab tree. Managed the border crossing from Zimbabwe to Zambia easily. Dr Livingstone Airport is very new, not yet finished. A good flight to Johannesburg, now waiting to board our London flight. Rang Darren ( spoke to Julie ), Melanie and Fiona ( not ...
... to driving towards the slums of Johannesburg. I was also surprised to see the solar panels in a lot of the homes. They are conserving energy. The most fun thing was exploring the area around our hotel. We went to have lunch when we first arrived at the hotel and walked a few blocks to get there. The restaurant is called Piatto and my salad was delicious! It had ...
... before we knew it we were drinking a Windhoek draft.
An hour or so later Captain Brenda took us for a lovely gamedrive.
Unfortunately our presence in the landrover disturbed the horny Giraffe who clearly wanted to mate the sexy female. See two headed Giraffe.
After the game drive we had a nice braai in the Boma. Together with 2 other guests of Bushwillow.
After the braaie we drove to our chalet and spotted some Blesbok and ...
After all the planning, stress, the plunging rand and counting down all the sleeps, the time has finally arrived. Today we begin our adventure to Europe, where new friendships will be made, seeing awesome sights, seeing what we have learnt in English, History and Art, and most importantly ...
... Mandy (Dutch) - nurse - 21
Italians Frederika and Alessandro (mother and son)
Chris - UK - teacher - 53 (male)
It's actually a better sized group now - more room in the showers. Hopefully the boys will cook us a nice meal tomorrow. Another early start at 5.30 kick off as we go for a game drive in Polokwane game reserve atop the truck.
Catch you all soon, keep up the comments, am loving seeing them ...