The River Club
- Airport Transportation
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
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Flight day again. From Abu we fly north eastward for 2.5 hrs to Kasane, where we refuel and clear customs out of Botswana. It was against the sun, and I could barely stay awake the whole boring way! This had nothing to do with last nights party...I'm just saying!
We got a little delayed paying our nav and landing fees, but overall it was a …
A hard slog of a morning for me - from 30km to lunch at 76km were particularly bad for me - didn't feel very well and was having mild balance problems, which was a little disconcerting to say the least as you cycle along. Could very easily have baled out when the different TDA vehicles came by but having decided I want to try and EFI from Nairobi was a great motivation for me to tough it out if possible. And ...
... to catch the Super Bowl and my flight back to the U.S. My parting note is that the Zimbabwean - South African border crossing at Beitbridge is one of the worst I've ever seen, entirely due to sheer incompetence. It was not that busy, but so disorganized it took from about 11 pm to 4 am to get through. This is no Tijuana / San Diego here in terms of amount of people, it should be 2 hours max. Next time I want to complain about TSA I'll just think of this and it won't seem so ...
... apparently where most boats flip. E gave us a pep talk and told us how to play this one and what to do if/ when we fall out. The rapid was immense, E gave the call to get down, the Polish dude fell on top of me and the boat flipped, i closed my eyes, after a few seconds I came up and found myself under the boat in an air pocket with waves coming from all directions. I decided it was safer to duck back under and get out from under the boat. I popped back up ...
... boat all carry semi-automatic machine guns. We pitched camp on an island that has no rocks or stones as it apparently started life as a termite hill. This sounded a bit dubious until we pitched our tent and were immediately evicted by an ant family who had claimed squatters rights just days earlier. At least the Anteaters haven't moved in yet, although now I wish they would. Zoe: This morning, after a rather chaotic ...