Peermont Mondior Gaborone
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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... weekdays have been pretty standard...I go to class, eat, and often go on an evening walk with some friends. There's a game reserve nearby we can walk the border of, but we've only seen animals once. On Monday, we saw some ostriches, warthogs, and antelope. Weekends though have kept us pretty occupied. The weekend before last (Jan 24) we climbed Kgale Hill; at 4,222 feet it's one of the tallest (if not the tallest) spots in Botswana. We had planned to ...
... registered for classes, went to the mall, and went to the local Postal Museum and a general history museum. The campus is really huge but I can get to the Student Center and the dining places, I think all the places I need are somewhere in between there. It's also insanely hot, and more humid than I expected...I've basically been sweating since I got here. Orientation is tomorrow so I'll learn my way around and then classes start Monday ...
... 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 ...
It was sad to leave the Rooftop B&B in Barkly West. Paul had been a fabulous help and had organised for us to pick up some spares he had recommended from the Mitre shop in Kimberley on our way north.
We managed to leave early and were treated to some wonderful blue sky as we hurtled along the road north. The weather had been overcast since we had left Fish Hoek so this change was most welcome.
We past Vyburg (where we found ...