- Shuttle bus service
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
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... us. Our group did do the hokey-pokey but, I had to defer because of sore "elephant hips". Bummer. Must say that there is NO childhood obesity here. Certainly the diet makes a difference but, the kids all walk to school, don't eat junk food and don't sit around for most of their lives watching TV or playing video games. Very refreshing. After this, we went over the bridge to Zambia -- another stamp on the passport. We got off the bus and actually walked across ...
... gave us a chance to talk to our handler Matais -- a very articulate young man. He told us that basically, the elephants worked in the morning when there were groups but then, they roamed free for the remainder of the day. Then, they returned to a corral at night willingly because there was a lot of food for them. We started on the walk and were let by the head man and a guy carrying a large elephant gun. This was needed in case we ...
... the ride to our hotel. A couple from South Africa joined us and we had a nice chat with them for the 20-30 minutes before we reached our hotel. They weren't staying at the same place so we said our goodbyes and headed off to get checked in.
After a bit of R&R it was time to begin our schedule of events, starting with a sunset cruise on the mighty Zambezi River. When we arrived at the dock we were shown down to the boat by the captain and proceeded to take ...
... The room however my western friends is not screened. Tonight at dinner we were visited by the sung beetle, it was the size of a lemon. The bugs are driving me mad, I swear I have not stopped itching. Nov 9 Today we spent in Chobe National park on 2 separate drives. It is a very rough ride and Henry is suffering but in silence. We were told there are 50-80000 elephants in the park and we spent most of our am and all of the pm looking for them. The giraffes are spectacular; Kathy u ...
... just felt like raindrops and it felt so good.
Because of my years as a teacher I couldn't pass up the opportunity to have some pictures taken with some school children who were on a field trip. Their teacher also took my picture with some moms. Some of the moms looked as tired as I was.
I kept track of the stations and would ask myself, how many more, are we at the end of the
trail!. It was ...