Sunbird Livingstonia Beach
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... of a normal sermon. Of my 14 sermons beginning with Trumpets, this was the only air conditioned service I gave. (South Africa may have been on trumpets, but it was cool that day so it wasn't needed.)
Anyway, it was very nice to have a cool service. Thank God for mother's day and a double booking. It would have been nice had it been the next day when we had double services.
That afternoon the hotel also gave us the section of ...
... like bug flew under the table and into their legs. I immediately took off my flip flops, pounced at the bug and smashed it to smithereens. Soon the owner of the restaurant showed up and and inspected the smashed bug and declared it wasn't a cockroach but some other mystery bug. In a flash, I went from zero to cockroach killing hero, right back to wanton bug exterminating zero. The owner decided it was her duty to then give a long lecture about the types of spiders in this part of ...
... beautiful late breakfast of eggs Benedict with hot scones and chocolate muffins. we get back to the royal to find tim and Christine still there after thier trip earlier in the day. a visit to some luxury toilets was taken by everyone with the girls enjoying the upmarket hand lotion (and all the boys too!). an afternoon relaxing in the camp was followed by a meal with everyone except stu and Jess and Jo. Late night drinks with Laura and Glenda (until 10.45!). Zambezi ...
... of the girls were getting desperate. The side of the road again after we passed numerous restaurants and garages on the way (plus a Barclays ATM). We made the impressive bridge and then stopped for lunch in a fly infested lay-by just after. Still no one can wok out why we can't stop where there is civilisation. Bets were struck on how long the 2 hour journey would take from 3.38 ...
... again. We went to the other side of Domwe Island because it seemed to be calmer. Got to a beach near where we had seen some baboons on the shore.
While we were watching them the wind picked back up again. Decided on the best way to leave the shore because the waves were crashing near where we were. Got back in the water safely and headed back to Chembe Eagle's Nest. Because it was quite windy, we had to paddle almost constantly heading back.