The Russel Hotel
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- Non-smoking rooms
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Breakfast Available
- High-speed internet in room
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... and Doosie have headed to Twee Rivieren and only the Emmanuel's will join us in Mabuasehube Game Reserve. For those uninformed city dwellers / bush whackers, this area is located on the extreme Eastern side of Botswana and is incorporated into the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park which together with the SA Gemsbok National Park covers an impressive 37 991 km2. While Terry these past few days has been merrily trying to catch a few tigers on the Zambezi river with ...
... and lagoon looked so much bluer in the sun. Our photos show only gray, though. We cooked a dinner of antelope sausages and rice at the hostel that night, using some of our Zanzibari spices, then wandered out to check out the Saturday night scene. Weekdays versus weekends have very little meaning to us these days, and it has been well over a month since we've been traveling in a city(/country) with any nightlife at all to speak of, but South Africa is going ...
... We had to carry him a lot! The waterfall was amazing, then Topaz fell in it! We made it back and the owners couldn't believe it hat all 3 dogs came (they are usually lazy). We ate dinner there again on the decking area, we had coconut veggie curry it was delish! We could literally eat until we popped as there was lots of it! There was a mixed salad on the side, well I say "mixed salad" as this is how it presented itself. ...
I didn't think that anything in Africa could beat the experience of seeing the gorillas in Rwanda... but then today, I found myself on a beautiful beach near Knysna, with the man of my dreams... a lovely bottle of red wine... a diamond ring... and a proposal. What a wonderful way to end the trip of a ...
The loud sound of the waves did not disturb my night's sleep. I got up early determined not to be defeated by the waterfall section of the Otter Trail. It was just an outstanding walk this morning. The section I could to pass (as it had been submerged) last night was no longer impassable and it was great to get past here. The final section required considerable 'park quoi’ as it was very rocky in parts. The waterfall was ...