Lake Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... they hail me as their King? Would they just eat my face? Anyway I didn't get a chance to find out as everyone had come around to my way of thinking and didn't like this place either. My Great Escape Plan will have to wait again. Zoe: Rest day today at the glamping campsite, so that basically means nice coffee (for Andy) for breakie, relaxing by the pool, going for a walk along the river and of course a few more truck Olympics games. Today we ...
... in the campsite that time forgot. Because of Mugabe's policy of banning fun and happiness in this country, all the tourism has disappeared leaving behind once beautiful areas now overrun with crocs, lizards, and 70's TV presenters yet to be extradited. It was similar to the planet of the apes except the apes hadn't yet evolved and Helena Bonham-Carter isn't here yet. Zoe and I like to upgrade from our tents every now and then. Well i do, she hates it ...
... at this point. Rach and I get plenty of entertainment from watching Matt fall asleep on Jess and Jess getting increasingly aggressive with relocating Matts head into the correct position! Camp was on the lake and we had only one shy hippo in residence. No hot water again which meant no showers for Rach and Jess which quite frankly surprised no one as this has happened more times than Matt and I can count. We passed on some of ...
... for an error in my last blog on Harare - our Makuti Lodge stop was after Mana Pools on our way to Kariba - not as previously reported. TK picked up my mistake after the blog had been sent. Foggy brain after too much of that divine red wine!
Cerutti is a town in the suburb of Charara, on the banks of the Kariba Dam. First up was a one night stop in the lovely thatched Tsanga Lodge on the waters edge of Kariba Lake. Having green grass under our ...
... our cars, as we were back on the road very early tomorrow morning. We also had to make sure that they are monkey proof. We have heard stories that the monkeys are really bad in Mana Pools. While we were repacking, two impalas ran through the camp ground, unfortunately there was nothing chasing them.
I then got comfortable in my chair, under the shade, put music on, read some magazines and enjoyed some chilled ciders. Occasionally I looked up and around to see if ...