Peermont Mondior Gaborone
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... sunrise, but didn't quite make it. Looking back, I'm kind of glad we missed it because it was a very roughly laid out path and climbing in the dark would have been hard. The path was clear to see, but it was extremely rocky and you had to be constantly watching your next step. It took about 45 min to get to the top, and it was so worth it. The top was basically an outcropping of rocks you had to navigate yourself onto, but when you took a minute to look ...
Finally arrived in Gaborone yesterday evening...my first long flight to London was pretty sweet. I was one Virgin Atlantic's 'Birthday Girl' plane celebrating their 30th anniversary. It's kind of what they imagine the future of their planes to be..there was more leg room, 9 in touchscreens, super comfy seats and huge windows that dimmed with a button rather than via a covering. Also the plane was only 30% full so I got my own ...
... but they go silent when something first comes in. It was an unusual christmas day but no less enjoyable. We were together as a family and had a lovely time. Tuningi Lodge will be hard to beat. The service is great, the food delicious and you can not fault the environment. We always knew that the summer was not the best for game viewing but we are not disappointed at all in what we have seen and done so far, and it is not over ...
... continued our game drive. Soon after, we stopped to watch a couple of warthogs on their knees eating grass. Further along on the open plains we saw many springbok. On the radio we heard about a nearby wild dog sighting. There were three other vehicles already watching the dogs, so we had to wait. We slowly drove there. On the way we stopped to watch a couple of ground squirrels.
We finally ...
... local cafe with a delicacy called “Fat Cakes”), on the N12 to Mahikeng which was to be our stop for an early lunch. This was just the sort of chaotic bustling boarder town I had expected and after only finding a small range of deep fried take away food, we both agreed we would try Nandos for the first time in our lives. We were the only non local faces in this particular branch and the food was surprising good. Everyone was friendly and ...