Lake Kariba Inns
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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... That was the last straw, as I have no activities I will spend today snooping around and uncovering the truth about this meat market. So many questions...why are the animals so docile? Why are all the rangers wearing lion skin trousers? Why the hell did my coke cost two dollars? All these questions will be answered just after I have a little swim in their pool. Zoe: This morning we had a presentation and watched a video about what Antelope Park is ...
... banks. Anyways, we get off the boat this arvo and reunited with 2 of the oldies of the group who didn't want to go on the boat. Much better I think as we all agreed they would have hated it. We drove to our campsite and it was crazy to see how run down the place was. It was owned by Kiwis but with all the troubles they fled Zimbabwe and the campsite is now run by a local but there is just no business. I think this is going to become a common theme across ...
... getting comfy in our tents it was time to watch a little tv in the tent. Matt probably fell asleep watching Anchorman 2 but Leigh stayed awake to watch The League. 6am departure tomorrow so no late nights needed anyway. Another day in Africa over and sadly another day closer to the end of our stint in Africa. . Also one day closer to leaving Leigh and Rach who are valued highly for their friendship and Leigh's ...
... the history of this impressive man made dam, let me enlighten you. Construction of the Kariba dam wall started in 1954 by the Italians with local labour from Zimbabwe and was completed in 1959 and reached it's maximum filling capacity by 1963. The dam wall is 25 mtrs thick at the base and 128 mtrs high. It has 5100 sq kms of fresh un polluted water (other than the seriously huge crocs who ply these waters along all the banks with some 'meneers' swimming ...
... any wildlife in sight. The only thing I saw was a couple of baboons. Once they noticed me, they ran away. I also saw a bull elephant drinking water, about 200m along the shore. I gathered my camera and video camera and slowly walked towards the elephant. I kept my distance to about 100m and was too scared to get any closer. The elephant didn’t seem to have noticed me. A few minutes later it walked back into the bush.
I got back into my chair and continued enjoying ...