Peermont Metcourt at The Grand Palm
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The last bit of my debating career took me to Africa. Botswana, an ex English colony perched just above South Africa. The trip here was a disaster as the organizing committee seem to be less prepared than my previous events. Nonetheless, I still managed to get some tourist experience by visiting the game safari and enjoying barbeque dinner in the forest.
I miss Africa!
... like paragliders will always make me think of my time in Cape Town and monkeys will always remind me of the adventures I've had here at UB with those furry friends.
On Monday, I'll fly to South Africa where I'll reunite with Dad and Colleen and together we're heading up to Victoria Falls in Zimbabwe and on a safari in northern Botswana. It'll be a great final week to say goodbye to this beautiful continent....for now.
Cheers to an amazing, amazing semester.
... common...I think I ate fish with every meal the first 4 days or so. Maize is big here too and so there's a lot of porridge and often there's a dish called 'pap' that is very similar to grits but thicker. One food I've learned that's very dangerous are Fat Cakes. They are similar to donuts in the sense that they are just fried bread, but they are so so good. There's also a ...
... lemonade to myself :)
Saturday night was a super amazing date night. I finally got to take Garrett to Ocean Basket! My favorite restaurant in Africa! I discovered it in Zambia last time I was over here. Its basically like an African Red Lobster...and anyone who knows me know that Red Lobster is a guilty pleasure. We had to take a cab out to Airport Junction - which is a newer mall by the airport that ...
All customs/immigration between countries is carried out seemlessly on the train. You just fill in the forms and hand over your passports and everything is processed. Botswana appears more wealthy than the previous countries - at least what we can see from the train. Although houses are run down, they have satellites and cars at many of them. The cities are also more ...