Stanley Safari Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Another early morning, but at least it wasn't 5:30 we had this night in Jo’burg due to the flight today. We both agree that this stop was our least favorite and seemingly unnecessary. Our transfer pick up time was 7:30am but we had a no show, the first logistical snafu. I have to say that the staff at the front …
... we find the fire still going and a few still up. Baback and ashley have drunk the bottle of wine left by Andrea and Derek, oh the irony. the 2 Aussie girls are obviously still going along with 2 of the new German girls. I hear Svenja has disappeared to a German boys tent across the campsite and by the time we leave just before 1 she is not back. I go back to the beautifully warm room as the others head towards their cold tents. If only they knew they could have joined me... Aba ...
... contained accommodation. After lunch we went to the Wild Horizons Adventure Activity store. Unfortunately there was no availability for the Helicopter flight around the falls that Alan and I were were keen to do. I didn't feel up for much else on the list except perhaps the white water canoeing. I did book my transfer to Vic Falls airport for Friday morning however. Once we had finished at Wild Horizons, it was time to go explore ...
... group of nuns (with some serious habits). One individual defied the trend, being seen attired in a white poncho with writing which was variously interpreted as saying "The Big Bus", or “The Big Butt” or “The Big Bust”. Fortunately, Kaye managed to wear her poncho correctly with the head hole in the correct place.
With most of the team having toured South America (courtesy ...
... We had no choice but to cancel one nights accommodation and take that bus. We really were in no mood for a long bus trip only a day after arriving back to Windhoek but what to do? We were told the bus left at 8:00am and that it was an eight hour trip through the Kalahari Desert. We were looking forward to traveling through the famous Kalahari desert and hoped to be in Maun by around 4pm. We were dreaming as we found ourselves on the slow bus from hell!! It is well ...