Taita Falcon Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... appeared to be following Zebras and eying the baby. Think we interrupted his attempt.
We arrived in the Moremi Camp in the Okavango Delta. We were met by Alex and Onks. Onks is our driver today. We were in pursuit of Lions. You would not believe the terrain. It was dried yellow grass about 2 ft tall. How would you ever spot a lion in that? We did find a pride
Of lions. 2 mothers, one collared and one not and 3 young ones, but big. 2 males just starting to grow their ...
... exiled a report was commissioned into his suitability to lead his country and the recommendation was that he was ideally suited to the role. This report was not released for 30 years.
I think this is a wonderful story because it has a happy ending. Sir Seretse Kharma (as he became after being knighted by the Queen) built the foundation for a very peaceful, settled nation. He established anti-corruption legislation from the start, created tax systems that allowed company's ...
... for dinner here we were able to try 10 different types of meat. Te usual pork, beef, chicken and lamb were on offer but my favourite was warthog. We also tried buffalo, eland, guinea fowl, impala knuckle and borewors. All so so delicious. Then we were each given a bongo drum. I thought the aim was the make a much noise as possible, apparently though, it was to make lovely music. Either way it was great fun banging away. Then off to sleep yay ...
... as Sandra fell out just before the rapid had begun. We managed to grab her and get her in just before the first wave. Rapid 8 flipped again, Becky had been caught under the boat for the second time so wasn't enjoying it too much, I managed to stay with the raft, still swallowing what felt like 2 litres of the Zambezi water. Lunch couldn't have come at a better time. We were ...
Crossing the border into Zambia was a lot easier than expected. We had to buy insurance, carbon tax and numerous other fees amounting to about £50 as we were taking a non Zambian car over the border! After all that hey didn't even check inside the car. We proceeded on a pothole infested road which caught you out from time to time however they were laying fresh tarmac in places. We also spotted a rare sighting which were two men dressed like Chinese warriors with there ...