Okavango River Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... 12 minutes' helicopter flight over the Falls, so I asked the lady of the excursion office if I could join them for a cheaper price (185§ is a bit expensive for this person)... she told me to come back to the office so that she had time to talk to the manager... The evening conversation went as below=
She= What are you going to do tomorrow?
Me, thinking out loud= sitting in the car for at least... 8 hours to drive back to (boring) Maun
She= You are going ...
... tent to call it a night, there was a small commotion outside, and I ran back out to see that Thuto had discovered a parabutheus scorpion and was chasing it around with a flashlight so everyone could get a good look at it. These are the super poisonous ones! He said that they really like windy nights, and to make sure that we checked the floors of our bathroom areas before using the heads at night. Scorpions are terrifying things. Onward to ...
... After having some food we went to the B&B and jumped right in the little pool. Best idea ever. I finally felt cool and like a person again. We had dinner at a little place by the river and mostly just talked about our travels and how excited we are to start our safari tomorrow! I am the most tired and very happy to finally be here with my family. Let the adventure ...
... big it was, we saw hundred of elephants and pods of hippos everywhere. It was something that I always wanted to do, Martyn didn't enjoy it as much and filled his bag up :), Jess struggled a bit but she isn't well still, I'm learning about her all the time and am getting better at learning when to talk and when to shut up. After landing we headed into the centre of town which was quite underwhelming, ...
... for this expensive excursion was too high? I didn't think so when we visited the hole-in-the-ground toilet we would be using for the next 3 days, with used toilet paper scattered around from the campers before. Gross! Maybe I was imagining a tropical island?! Still, we got on with things and pitched up our tent (for the 50th-something time!), although Kelly helped us this time. The heat of the day was beginning to set in, and my ...