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Travel Blogs from Salcombe
... and my beloved pet dog Henry. Mum presented me with a card she called 'coach reading' which once in transit I was to discover was filled with 2 pages of a personal, tearjerking message. The time has flown by since I made the decision to go travelling so before long I'll have completed the biggest challenge in my life to date and will be on my return flight back to ...
... We took Shane's 22caliber rifle and the boys practised shooting a coke can. We got back at about 3 and said our goodbyes to Shane as he was off back to work.
Sarah and Kate drove us to Barrowdale in Harare where we had some super. While we were eating we saw President Mugabe drive passed.The first two police motorcycles came by with blue lights and sirens and all the cars ...
... crew, a captain and a man serving drinks. The captain had an easy job driving but the other guy worked hard making drinks for the thirsty guests! We all were in a fab tipsy mood and Kate and Sarah said we should go to the Boma restaurant. When the boat docked at about 6 30 we went straight to the restaurant. On arriving the staff put African robes on us and the boys joined in with some traditional dancing. They served a huge Buffet and gave out drums to ...
... we were taken for a lunch at another beautifully thatched lodge.
We ate Impala stew which was delicious. We all ate too much, this and the early start everyone was ready for a sleep, however we had a boat safari planned on the Linyanti river which divides Botswana and Namibia. Again the wild life had benefited from the lack of poaching and hunting, the animals were relaxed with us near by. The trip took a couple of hours, we ...
... in another. We drove fast along the Tarmac road for about 250 km. Than we went cross country for 180 km's, this was slower as it was a dirt road, where the sand tracks got so deep in places the centre of the road was touching the underside of the engine. As we drove a huge cloud of red dust was thrown up from the wheels. We passed many small villages where the local people used Donkey carts. The locals were very friendly waving and smiling. The mud thatched huts ...
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