Ventura Inn & Suites Hamilton
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... birdlife.. Leaving Chobe, we
drive via Gweta to Maun - gateway to the Okavango Delta. The Okavango is an
enormous waterway system of channels, reeds, tall grasses and remote scenery,
now set aside as wildlife reserve. We explore the delta on foot and by mokoro
(dugout canoe) and relax at our tented camp for a unique wilderness experience.
DAYS 33 - 37
Etosha National Park, Cheetah ...
... points. Though, there are limits. First they wanted to change the pine tree on the next hill into this oak tree, but gave up on it, when it turned out to take weeks and weeks of effort they couldn't miss.
The final thing on the tour was the magnificently crafted 'Green dragon' inn. It's a real cozy place with a good fire, books on the walls, lots of posts on the walls for Hobbits offering or seeking goods and services. We had a nice drink there and went on our merry way.
... as I wanted to go and see the wreck of SS Gairloch, a boat which ran aground on the 5th Jan 1903. This was '15 minutes' west of New Plymouth, in fact it was nearer 40 minutes I think, but we got there - found the wreck, well what was left of it and got some pictures before it got dark! With the sun not being out at all for the last few hours it was getting dark much earlier than the nigh before, we got back to New Plymouth an headed straight through to where we wanted to ...
... directly to Hells Gate spa and thermal park but the park side was already closed for the day and while we could've stayed and had a soak I wanted to do the walk to... We've rescheduled to Saturday. Instead we went to the Polynesian Spa, apparently one of the top 10 spas in the world!
Built on the site of one of the first therapeutic pools built by a European, the Priests Spa, today this state of the art complex boasts ...
... we were ready to perform or rather compete; winners didn’t have to do the dishes in the morning. Since there were more girls (18 to 2) we went first and think we put on a fine performance, however our friends joined the two boys in the haka and pretty much blew us away so we were stuck doing their breakfast dishes: I think we can handle two bowls and spoons. Heading back to the Wharenui, we all chilled out had a Q&A session on Maori culture, listened ...