King Fahd Palace
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We tried to do a group shop, but it was impossible, they had nothing, not even bread, I think one of the groups came back with eggs though
After that it was look for a beer shop (spent more time looking for that than any other food, it seems)
We are now in Mali proper and on the lookout for a bush camp, Steve picks out the bush camps, I have no idea what criteria he uses, but there have been some and some sorry bush camps, I think he keeps us ...
... slow and then stop for a few minutes all together. So it’s been a battle of using a combination of the trickling water from the sink and Jerry. During these wonderful dilemmas, I thankfully saved a small water bottle from the plane ride over so I fill that up, use as much water from Jerry as I can, and pray that I don’t get soap in my eyes. Overall, I would say showers take about 25-30 minutes. (That’s assuming that I don’t have to deal with the delightful ...
... show called “Cool Britannia”, featuring the great British bands and singers such as The Beatles, Rolling Stones, Elton John, Tom Jones, etc. It was a good show as ever and there was a lot of flag waving and arms in the air from the audience.
Then we went along to the Coral Club and joined George and Barbara for the quiz. For the second time we won, and got some of the prize tokens. But during the quiz the deputy cruise director Jamie ...
... if it was ablaze with its orange color!
Our brief stop here in Johannesburg was nothing spectacular aside from running around making sure that everything was in order. In other words, finding our gate!
We were now leaving South Africa and flying all the way to Dakar in Senegal. With this eight and a half hour flight duration ahead of us, I tried to make ...
... and the two digits on his hand raised to the sky, flashing the whole wide World the Peace Sign.
Oh, that smiling little face ... it's amazing how he can maintain that smile, even after waking up at 4:30 AM to come to the airport, after only two hours of sleep. Eighteen hours later when we landed in Senegal, and he still had that smile on his face! What's L'il Buddha's secret? Well, it's quite simple - drugs. Lots, and ...