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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming 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 …
... them back to the boys. I feel a little bad not bringing them as Seth is really into his tea and would have gotten into this. Coen not so much. To prove this, the next day after rafting, I told Seth that I did not want him to leave the area with any regrets so if he wanted to do any of the other activities, we would cover the majority of the cost. I believe it is always good for kids to have some skin in the game when big purchases are there, plus I know my dad just put some money ...
... with a sarong to wear and ushered to our table where we were allowed to select a starter. Vivian picked impala loin meat, and I chose the crocodile tips. We then moved on to the second course, a mopane worm (the server asked us to try just one to start with), and with some fan fare and picture taking, everyone in our group indulged in a single worm. For doing so, we were each provided a certificate. Then it was off to ...
The Zambezi River is rushing over the Victoria falls, roaring and churning, throwing up a constant deluge of water, ranging from a fine mist to a torrential downpour. Needless to say we were soaked through and simply stepped fully clothed into the shower when we returned to camp. The breathtaking view and volume of water is unbelievable. Craig enjoyed a morning whitewater rafting and I visited a Lion Park, there were ...
... a moment but we really couldn't see anything through the mist. We are at the end of the rainy season and flood waters coming down from Angola swell the Zambezi River sending 1.4 billion gallons of water per minute passing over its edge at peak flood creating a thunderous roar.
Disappointed at not ...