Protea Guesthouse Indongo
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Airport Transportation
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... to. They were kicking back with beers and looked like they had been all day. They kitted us up, gave us a 15 second safety talk, and we were taking off. Sophie, Jack and I went together. We crammed into the back of this little plane and ascended for 30 minutes to 10,000 feet. It was high. Then, it all happened so quickly, the sliding door opened, the goggles went on and we shuffled towards the edge. Sophie went, then me, then Jack. I can't describe the feeling of the 6 minute ...
... must be resting in the shade as we haven't spotted very much. As we approached the coast sand dunes lined each side of the road, it seems so strange to have beach resorts with soft sandy beaches when there are thousands of square miles of sand just behind them. The road along the coast is tarmac, in the breeze the sand drifts across, it reminds us of snow drifting across the roads at home. It must be a an endless task keeping the roads free of drifts. We arrived at our hotel ...
... neat tidy and well looked after. In the afternoon we went quad biking in the dunes. This was exceptionally good fun and Alex and I had a brilliant afternoon. In the evening we met up Alex's cousins husbands parents. We had a very good evening with Bruce and ...
... cheap. There was one place called Village Cafe that we went to twice and I even bought a travel mug from them. There's some pictures attached to the journal of the menu there bc it was just a fun place.
Really, the thing I enjoyed most about the week was the chance to have a leisurely getaway. Every trip we've gone on has been very go go go and this ...
... following day we unloaded all of our things into Amanpuri hostel. We were going to be spending two nights in dorms meanwhile Pangola was going to get a top to tail clean. The hostel was so nice and we definitely landed the best dorm, only us and the English sisters Charlotte and Sophie with nice comfy single beds and our own bathroom. Everyone else was in either bunk beds or a much more cramped room with a share bathroom between seven so we were very lucky! Even the other's ...