Lake Kariba Inns
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... lunch it was time for a spot of fishing and this time I decided to give it a go as well. I caught my first fish – a 2 inch long bream. By now the wind wasn't really dying down so we decided that since the others were leaving tomorrow it would make sense for all of us to go at the same time and save a boat trip. More than fine with us, we were getting to the point of never wanting to leave!
Content with ...
... fish pools and the local village. As we were walking into the village we had a small issue with the village dogss attacking Shae and Tony's dogs, ladies were grabbing up babies and making a run for it as the dogs fought. But it was all good in the end, we walked away and the dogs luckily followed us. It was really cool seeing everything the island has to offer, the scenery is very varied and loving to look at.
As we got back the boys were ...
... We had sausages, bacon, eggs, tomatoes, onions, mushrooms in a cream sauce, toast and fried potatoes. My goodness it was all fantastic.
After everyone had stuffed their faces everyone was in need of a lie down. I read my book and ended up falling asleep before watching the moon rise a crimson red over the lake in the afternoon, something I have not seen before and such a cool sight.
Dinner this time was to be a traditional poikie. ...
... in order before a swim in the swimming pool. Unfortunately there would be no swimming in the lake due to the “beware crocodile” and “beware hippo” signs. I then had a cheeky lie in the sun before I got way too hot.
Whilst fishing on the lake, Shawn me a local guy who gave him some tips before inviting the boys to go spearfishing, their eyes were enormous. Fishing in Lake Kariba with the hippos and crocs?? Apparently ...
... road but we only got as far as doing circles around the city bouncing from one gas place to the next – and we still haven't got the bottle filled. For the whole time I sat in the car playing tetrus.
Finally it was almost 4pm and we were sitting in Lusaka traffic considering what to do, stay in Lusaka and drive again tomorrow or push on tonight so that we can chill out for a few days without being on the road – only one obvious ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center