Lake Safari Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
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... and what activities we can do here. This convinced me to give them my money but not so much Andy. He saw the whole this as a bit of a money making scheme. Anyways I was convinced and booked in to do 'lion feeding', cub viewing and a lion walk. First up was "lion feeding". We drove out to the enclosures that held all the males and positioned ourselves right up next to the fence, literally about 1 metre away from the meat on the other side of ...
Andy: After the drunken debauchery of the previous night, fishing was the dish of the day for all the people who could still operate as functioning human beings. I was not one of these lucky soles. I was doing a whole different kind of reeling today, and I could only just about catch my breath let alone a fish. So we watched our fisherman friends try to catch us tomorrow's breakfast. Thankfully we had an experienced fisherman in ...
... good looks. A cross between Ryan Gosling and Brad Pitt I've been told. Let Jess know if you like this blog and I can make another guest appearance as author. Also, Jess's Mum looked very sexy the other night when I saw her on Skype!! ❤️ P.S. You may may be wondering why the title??? I have purposely kept you wondering and guessing like all great authors of my generation. We had some baboons in our ...
... in deep water) and is the third largest man made dam in the world. Besides it's hydro-electric power generation, both on the Zambian and Zimbabwe grids, it supports diverse fisheries of Bream farming for local and export consumption, wildlife tourism in the protected National Parks and amazing Tiger Fishing which draws professional anglers from all over the globe who come to experience the highlights of this beautiful land under warm African skies.
... About two hours later, another elephant in the same place as the previous elephant. It happily drank water as it stood in the lake. Paul and I walked closer to watch the elephant. I was hesitant to get too close, despite Paul’s gentle persuasion. I hid behind a fallen down tree. Along came a second bull elephant, it looked towards us, raised his trunk to smell us, flapped his ears and then interacted with the other elephant. Both elephants began to playfully fight ...