Peermont Mondior Gaborone
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Study abroad is an amazing experience full of opportunities to travel and experience new places. It's a time to grow and challenge yourself. Sometimes though, those challenges can overwhelm you and they become so much that you forget about all the amazing and good things in study abroad. Mishaps, the classes, and some of the cultural norms just leave you feeling dejected and ready to be on the plane home. That has been me this week.
... chips (not the lays kind, the british chips) and tea served at meals.
- Right, Left, Right! When you cross the road, I've learned to look opposite what I've always been taught since they drive on the opposite side of the road.
- Everyone is so friendly. The Batswana are very friendly and warm people which has made the transition ...
... the tree. He was really quite graceful and so much fun just to sit and watch. The day was filled with swimming, reading and generally hanging out at the waterhole. The kids were in the pool when an elephant came and drank from the muddy puddle directly below them, i think they were secretly a little freaked at how close it got. The meals are delicious and something to look forward to. At 4.30pm we headed out again. We were on the hunt again for the African Wild dogs which we ...
... only Ocean Basket in Botswana. The food was just as good as I remember - and just as cheap! I was happy as a clam :) and Garrett loved it to! We decided to top off our date night with a visit to the movies - we saw the Giver. Not the greatest movie of all time but its always fun to see movies in foreign countries. Garrett was ****** they served plain popcorn with no butter. I was embarrassed because one of ...
... was slow, but we found the guesthouse and managed to get a room. The local area was again devoid of any restaurants except fast food, but we did spy a hotel and grabbed dinner there. The next morning after (a quite frankly revolting) breakfast we resumed the trip north.
Exiting Gaborone in the daylight was much easier than entering at night time, and we were soon clocking up the kilometres. We stopped for petrol and this was when I heard an ...