Taita Falcon Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Smoking rooms available
- Outdoor pool
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... they don't let customers go through. They let the boats go through on their own and it wouldn't have been pretty with people on board. We did have some guides going down with us in small, flat kayaks for safety and support, and one of those guys went through. It was quite impressive! Next up was lunch on the rocks. Those things were hot! Black rocks sitting in the Zambian sun, with hardly any shade to found. The afternoon contained 15 rapids, but it was much easier paddling that ...
... desk would be a good idea. Boy was I wrong. She sent me to Terminal B, when it turned out that I needed to be at Terminal A. On the complete other side of the airport. As you can imagine, I was not amused. The British Airways flight was great. Fairly empty. I could have stretched out across three seats if I had changed rows, but it was a short flight. They even still serve a small, hot lunch with dessert. I think I'll try ...
... two teachers they have at the school sit and watch us with notepads to take notes and learn from our teaching which is so funny to Martin and I considering we have no teaching experience. They seem to be thankful for all the help they can get. We are volunteering through IVHQ and they offer a grant once every three months that is awarded to a volunteers placement. It can be up to $3,000 you just have to write an essay explain why the school or placement you are at should receive ...
... brown suit heading off by foot to church. Asia is a place that I love as wraps you in it's warm sticky climate like a comforting blanket, but Africa oozes into your pores like a slice of cold butter melting onto a hot English crumpet, it seems to gradually invade your very molecules and once in there I am sure it will never quite come out. We camped that night at Eureka campground just outside Lusaka where we met a French family who had travelled down ...
... for years though, so that doesn’t make sense. Lying in bed in Fawlty Towers. Would you believe, there are mosquitos in here.
Very excited to make our way up to Lusaka in the next couple of days to see family and pick up Guy and Di, Martin and Hazel and head to Mana Pools via Lake Kariba. I wonder if the water is ok to drink if you put whisky with it. I can’t believe I only just thought of that.