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Travel Blogs from Siavonga
... night we settled in for more reading and general chilling out before a game of boules on the sand as the sun went down.
Around 6pm we started smelling the amazing scent of a roast dinner!! Having not had an oven since we left London the prospect of a roast dinner was almost overwhelming. It certainly did not disappoint, a perfectly cooked roast beef and roast pork complete with roast veggies – amazing!
... some chickens to take on the cruise, but we were in time for a quick snack of borewors and pork rashers before jumping on the boat.
Tony decided that we should give sailing a go. So we jumped in the yacht complete with our esky and set sail. Only problem was that there wasn’t quite enough wind, but this made of a bit a of a challenge and it was just really nice to be out on the water on such a beautiful day enjoying a few ...
... quickly lending a hand chopping vegies we were lucky enough to be invited aboard the Southern Bell, a Protea Hotel houseboat that is just beautiful, to watch the curry cup rugby. We sat in the bar drinking, chatting and watching the rugby. In both games in the good guys won.
With impeccable timing we arrived back at the island as dinner was being served. Tonight's dinner was seriously one of the most delicious poikies I have ever had, the ...
... the local guy) does it most days and had never had any issues.
Gary not being one to easily turn down a spearfishing opportunity was nervously excited. They went out on Tony’s boat to a nearby island to try their luck still but came back unsuccessful although still in one piece which is a good thing.
Tony then mentioned that his family own two islands in the middle of the lake, it is where he and his girlfriend live and ...
... We had found a campsite right on Lake Kariba (on the Zambian side) in Lonely Planet so punched it in the navman and went full steam ahead. We arrived into the campsite about 8pm, and although already dark I got a good feeling about the place. It was time to set up camp and then it was time for a more than overdue glass of red wine on the shores of the lake keeping an eye out for crocs and hippos.
Tomorrow we are going to spend the day lazing around the ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking