Shumba Valley Lodge
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From Maun it was back to Johannesburg to meet the rest of our group and prepare for the next morning’s departure and start of the main trip.
... site soon thereafter. I know for certain there was singing, particularly of a song called "Shosholoza." This song pretty much sums up South Africa's spirit of resilience and determination; thank you, (person who said I would hear this song), for giving me a heads up. I can recite it with ease now and I truly appreciate the meaning too. Daily from ...
... Prof. Berger came to see us and walked us through the vault where we got to see the team working on processing sediba; no photos here due to request from the institute.
After Dr. Berger had shown us around, he showed us the Taung child.
We were then taken out of the vault and went into the lecture hall and received a fascinating lecture from Prof. Francis Thackery where he talked about ...
... 2-Star roadside motel, because this hotel is part of a 50-acre casino complex, replicating traditional Italian hilltop villages, with a large array of interesting shops and open-air restaurants around every corner. To be fair though, the bell hops were a sharp group of lads who seemed able to read your mind and jump in to assist you just as you realized you needed assistance, or maybe they could sense that we had just returned from a thought-altering journey and not ...
... this time in the morning we made good progress and were soon passing the road to the northern tip of Lake Turkana (the lake that straddles Kenya and Ethiopia on the way to Omerate.
Omerate was a typical haphazard border town on the banks of the Omo. Once we had finished the Ethiopia customs checks (they wanted to see our passports) we headed off to the river bank. Omerate is home to the Dassanech tribe, who ply the river in canoes hollowed out from single ...