Namushasha River Lodge
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- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... couple of pens. They
have got so used to being looked after that they ignore the vehicle
and lie down or just look straight at you. All together in those pens
we saw 24 cheetahs although they actually have hundreds. We then went
to see a film about the place and the attached museum. “ pm was
feeding time for some so we went to see that. They are fed 2kgs of
donkey or horse meat which includes the bones and ...
... and hippos and I headed off to do laundry. We had a lot of laundry that needed doing and it took me a good hour to do it all and get it all rinsed. Erik was at the bar drinking at this time. I trotted back to our tent trying to get him to notice that I was all covered in suds and sweat and water and he wasn’t. It didn’t work and he didn’t notice. Hmph.
I strung up our clothes line and nicely hung up all ...
... flimsy-looking one with a very noisy, smelly diesel engine! Nothing happens quickly, but that's fine as you're on holiday. The contrast with the departure experience and the arrival in Botswana was huge – there we registered in a quiet, air-conditioned building followed by a walk on a disinfectant pad and a similar trough for the truck.
Back in the truck, we travelled to Kasane and our first camp at ...
The plan had been to be in the middle
of the bush with no media coverage listening to the sounds of nature,
not the 'check out the dress' and 'doesn't she look a picture'
comments of the media wildlife. With Spongebob in the garage it
meant that this was not to be. We were, all belongings off loaded -
ensconced in a self catering place with hospitality satellite TV that
had no kiddies channels, not a bad way to be until I realised this
meant the boys saw ...
I slept as well last night as I have slept since March. The
sound of the rapids and the breeze blowing through the mosquito net must have
been the perfect sleeping aid. With all the curtains open, I am up with the sun
hearing the sound of passing hippos. My boat companions later on this day will
describe the sound they make as what gigantic frogs on steroids must sound
like. The croak and then they trumpet. That's one fine wake up call.
Today, I see more hippos ...