Stanley Safari Lodge
- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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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 …
... in a field of the high yellow dried grass. We stopped, I tried to see the 3rd cheetah but dn see it. It had disappeared into the grass; all of a sudden chaos!!! A waterbuck, small antelope, ran through the grass about 3 feet beside the jeep at a gallop. Two of the cheetah flew by us, one actually jumping up above the grass and running at the same time. the 3rd cheetah that I dn see came fling through the trees behind us and came Round in a circle to intercept the antelope. We ...
Andy: finally made it to the place I have wanted to go to the most after Zoe first said to me that she wanted to go to Africa. In my head Victoria Falls is a place of wonderous beauty where the animals all laugh and play together as the waterfall casts infinite rainbows over their faces. The locals are all friendly and deliriously happy at your arrival. It was to be even better than I ...
... a hive of activity and inactivity, as one waits for a bus that might not come. The constant bleeeeting, bleeeettting, bleeeting of taxis was brain numbing! The three good things that were there, mentioned in the grateful page I'm sure, were Olga's Italian restaurant and accommodation, the gelato shop and the local supermarket with cheap, cold ciders! There is of course the Royal Livingstone hotel that is in the Vic Falls national park, but that is a world of its own, 10km out of ...
... happy that 1, I have done it and 2, I believe most would have had the same reaction. I I wish the second group luck and try and fill my now empty stomach. We walk round the town which is half shut due to Botswana day but manage to find a few snacks and drinks for the bush camp trip. By 4.30 we are all back together 3 of the 7 have filled bags and Jarrod apologies for taking the ****, he sees very little sort from the ...