How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Babysitting service
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
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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 …
... and lion interaction for only 55 bucks! Amazing Martin's charm strikes again, lucky for us. Once we got to there we did the lions first, they gave us a stick to hold so that if the lions got curious who was petting them you put the stick towards their mouth so they are then distracted and don't want to bite the people. The female lion that we interacted with was a little bit skiddish she didn't seem to enjoy us touching her. However the male lion literally rolled on to ...
... going to share with Noran today?" Usually there is always someone to volunteer which is nice. The boys are wearing girls shoes, they have holes in their clothing. It is very sad, but they are happy kids. All they want to do is be tickled, picked up, and hugged. They stand on a tree at recess and Martin picks them up and throws them in the air and catches them, they all line up and love to be loved. We brought in an American football and they absolutely love it! They don't call us ...
... quiet a sight to see, moral of story, when packing up keep doors closed, a pain but at least the baboons can't cause havoc. We left Ihaha at 8:42 Odometer Reading 98780 We had to stop at the garage to inflate our types and swop meat from freezers to hide before entering Zimbabwe. We arrived at the Zimbabwe Border Kazungula at 11:52 and had to stand in a queue in a small building for quiet some time and tempers were starting to flare as ...
... roar, still we quickened as the boat started to surge up and down with the deepening river. Silence from the both of us. No ‘its going to be ok’ or ‘we got this’ or ‘its been real’. Just silent fear, on my part anyway. Steve has extraordinary composure, but he usually talks and yells glory and ululations of exploration, so I think he too was skrikking. Suddenly around the corner was a pump house, and a jetty of sorts which was very ...