Three Cities David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa
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"No one can imagine the beauty of the view from anything witnessed in England. It had never been seen before by European eyes; but scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight. The only want felt is that of mountains in the background."
- David Livingstone, 1855
Made it to a new country – Zambia! …
... He said it was an eery feeling to be the only person left on the pan. But Jonah soon fixed it and we completed the journey in time to have a quick shower and breakfast before driving back to Audi camp in Maun and returning the vehicle.
Tomorrow afternoon our next group should arrive and we will join them for a tour of the game areas of northern Botswana. Hope they are a good group and that it will not be too difficult to join in as they have already had a few days too get to ...
... of the oldest children, grade seven, whose English, judging by the work they were doing on the blackboard, was advanced but either through their shyness or our accents we found it quite difficult to communicate with them. Next we went to the grade six class, who were in the middle of a geography lesson. It was one of the few places in the world that I have visited where there was absolutely no reaction from the young boys when I told them I ...
... come as well but she is a funny woman and changed her mind at the last minute. We went to The Ocean Basket which is a large chain throughout m Africa but it never felt like a chain, the manager was really chatty and the food was quality. Afterwards we went to a local bar, it looked like it was going to get lively but Derek and Andrea didn't want to stay out, bit frustrating. For the first time ever I bought a packet of cigarettes, I know that Jess wanted ...
... finding a suitable receptacle, and the perfect mix to creat a suitable home for these worms. We have found some old plastic buckets, that need to have holes drilled into them and a plentiful supply of poo! Once again I have found myself in amongst a pile of elephant poo for the benefit of other animals, firstly the lions and now worms! The instructions don't seem to have a section about how to keep mice, elephants and little rhino ...