Gaborone Sun Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Minbar in room
- Smoking rooms available
- Room service
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... see again, but mean so so much to me and most of all, I'm saying goodbye to a beautiful country that has taught me so much and helped me grow and find myself in ways I didn't think possible. This has been one of the most challenging experiences of my life, but I wouldn't change a thing.
Frustrating classes, travel mishaps, falls, and car accidents...the semester has had it's share of unexpected downs, but I think those are the moments that make study abroad ...
... tents and woke up the next morning to the sound of roosters and cows around the camp. After breakfast, we went to the Mokolodi Game Reserve for our first game drive of the trip. After champagne (or mimosas or just OJ...your choice :) ) we began the drive. The reserve has lots of trees so it's very easy for the animals to hide, but we saw giraffes on three separate occasions, a lot of impalas and a family of warthogs. It wasn't much, but still a fun way ...
Garrett arrived on a friday morning while I was at work. I finished clinic in record time and was able to spend the afternoon acclimating him to the neighborhood. We went to have sundowners at the Gaborne Yacht Club. Which is quite a hilarious place to exist in a land locked country. It sits on the edge of the Gaborne Dam which creates a small reservoir that hold hardly any water. They allow non member to come to ...
... 8220;But what happens if we breakdown” I asked “as this is a large country.” Fisher even asked, “why not grant them a week?” But she refused saying, “there are plenty of Immigration Offices all along your route if you have problems.” “Great,” I thought, “I hate getting visa extensions!”
The road quality did not change too much over the border and we soon found ourselves ...
... was probably the same troop that lives at our lodge. The mongooses were having a great time digging and scratching around in elephant poo. They were looking for insects to eat. They briefly stopped and looked at us, then would get back to looking for insects. It was an interesting ...