Kaazmein Lodge and Resort
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... we heard Tallis, Jaap and Jodi trying to get the Tim's into bed. It was hilarious. 20mins later it was repeated. The last I heard was Jaap in a stern voice "mind your own business little boy".....hmmmmm...... Next day was a slow start but a delight to have a breakfast buffet with unlimited tea and coffee. Wifi is $$ and bought in time segments so timing this might be difficult. The visa works and enjoyed a massage and pedicure in the Hotel beside ours, ok ...
And so it was we reached our final destination.
Mosi Oa Tunya.
The Lozi language for 'The smoke that thunders'.
'The smoke' because of the constant blanket of mist that covers the surrounding area and 'thunders' because of the noise made by the 100 metre fall of 10 000 000 litres of water per minute! Known to most westerners as Victoria Falls, named of course after the British Queen. The ...
... meet. While staying in a small village nearby, I couldn't sleep all night from some pain in my finger, and beer pain killers weren't helping. When I decided to look at it, it was about 2-3 times as big and the tip with the nail was black. I decided it would be a good idea to go to the clinic. So the security guard at the guesthouse pointed me to the clinic, the on-call nurse woke the doctor up, and off we went. Turns out when my nail ripped back from the finger the ...
... morning we packed up camp and sadly farewelled the Okavango as our polers poled us out of the delta to our awaiting truck. Then back to camp and back to another massive Botswanan storm. It was pretty cool, but frantic running around shutting all the tents and putting everything away. This one hit us quick. Then it was a quiet afternoon spent catching up on the diary and using the African internet followed by some more sleep ...
We wandered onto Victoria Falls station this morning after a rumour that a train was coming at 8am. Only around 8am of course as there isn't a timetable as such. "It is coming from Bulawayo and it will arrive when it gets here" we are told.
Nothing came and we got chatting to a guy who was doing a great impression of being a cleaner although achieved very little,
About 60, he must have weighed 50kgs and was 6 foot tall.
We are ...