Solitaire Country Lodge
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- Non-smoking hotel
- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
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... with 2-3 spare tires. I tried to get a second before I left but the store was closed. Coen and I changed the tire quickly and I took off down the road to a service station I saw on the way in to "town". As I drove up the one mechanic was walking away from a closed shop. I told him the problem and he looked around a lot and asked if I could come back in the morning. I said no-can-do, so we went inside and he ...
... in front of your peers - not so easy for a ft old lady though!!! - so did it away from company. Wondered how I was going to prove that I’d done it so took a selfie of my head and shoulders etc for the blog, and another of my bike with my clothes on top of it. Still had my socks and cycle shoes on, my cycle helmet and my camelback rucksack on - and off I went. Did 15km of cycling in the end, and an amazing feeling - put my ...
... we saw the first few wild animals, not competly wild as they live on huge farmland. There were zebras, impalas, springboks and ostriches together with horses. Further along the way when we stopped at some rockformations we saw lovely coloured rock agamas sunbathing on the rocks and a bit later our first oryx.
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Clare has been trying her Shona with any dark African she comes into contact with. She actually has discovered that Shona is only one language of many! In fact there are about eight different dialects within the Shona language. Well today her gregarious and outgoing nature got her into some trouble. One of the Zambian tour leaders (Wilson) from the other tour was having a bit of fun and jesting ...
... the vast red dunes. The Danish are really struggling with the heat. They are just not used to this type of environment. Craig gives them tips on how to stay safe in these hot conditions (38 degrees Celsius in the shade) lol. After having our tents set up, we all had a beautiful swim in a tiny cold pool. There were many other hot travellers with the same idea. One of the Danish woman felt it is disgusting to get in a pool with all those dirty bodies. She never cooled ...