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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Outdoor pool
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It was with the usual positive, glass half full mindset that the Ball family tackled the overnight accommodation obstacle... As the lodge didn't have a second spare room (due to a conference of the Mazda truck sales force).., the staff of Vic Falls Adventure Lodge 'made a plan..!' A small tent was erected in the designated camping area...Jake and …
... conversation with the boy who is going to be my roommate this year about roommate stuff, and took a soap-me-down. Finally, at 5 PM, Murray met us in front of our hotel. We got a cab for the 5 of us, but they have strict rules that cabs can only hold up to 4 passengers, so we called a second one. We went to Cafe Zambezi for dinner (Murray told us it was pronounced as if the "i" didn't exist, which made me feel pretty stupid for not pronouncing it that way since we had gotten here. We ...
... as well as how certain elements might also be used for future cures etc. Fascinating woman, from Scotland. She used to be a teacher. Hence, she has been instrumental in spearheading the building of the local school for kids in the 4km radius. Since its inception in 2006, they finally got a structure built and up in 2012, through donor funding. They have two classrooms, grade one and grade two in the morning, then older kids in the afternoon. 136 kids in the school. Yes. They are ...
... border, with many trucks in a long queue waiting to cross. Reminded me of our truck encounter in search of the Belarus border when we were in Poland.
On the Zimbabwe side we were greeted by our Bushtracks Zimbabwe guide, Lucas. The Zimbabwe side has 15 viewing points (the Zambian side had 4) - with the best views from the earlier stops. As we got closer to the Main Falls, at Viewpoints 8 and 9, we could see nothing of the Falls - just the mist. It was like ...
... four beers, got back in our boat, now in the dark, and pushed back into the stream. We paddled off, fortunately with a half moon we could see a way in front.
‘First sand bank’ said Steve, ‘we’ll pull out’.
Half an hour later we eventually found a bank that wasn’t too steep. No sand banks. But it was too dark to keep going, hippos coming out the water etc. We pulled up under some mangrove trees. Efficiently unpacked in ...