Botsebotse Luxury Retreat
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... quilt where it had been fixed. Apart from that the trip has been very pleasant and uneventful and we are now an hour from Christopher's house . I always find the first few hours back in the hum drum rather disconcerting and it takes a day or two to become accustomed to all that goes with the developed world we live ...
... the Croke Hide. This morning we saw many birds, butterflies and various dragonflies. The Croke Hide had also been burnt down by the bushfire. We then walked to the Dabchick Hide. This one had not been burnt down. We sat in here for a while. It was a great view of the floodplain.
Paul and Neil went for a walk, while Claudine and I sat in the hide reading my trashy gossip magazines. We also saw a variety of birds from up here. After about two hours of being ...
... I don't think I'll have a problem getting a blood sample from a cow now as I think I've made every mistake one can possibly make! For good measure, I nearly got killed as we were testing the last set of bulls at dusk. 2 bulls started fighting and who should they choose to run at but good old me! Me being the natural athlete that I am I managed to nimbly vault the kraal fencing in the nick of time (and land on my ...
... getting darker.
We arrived back at camp just before 4pm. I got a snack and rested in my chair for a bit. Just as we were about to lit the fire for dinner, it started to rain. We sat in the tent waiting for the rain to stop. It didn’t stop, but got worse, with lightning and thunder. Due to this, we missed out on dinner and had a very early night. In between the heavy rain we ran to the car and found snack food to eat for dinner. ...
... reserve and drove around to the other side of it. Here there is another entrance to the nature reserve, but for pedestrians only. We parked our car and entered the gate. On this side of the reserve there are two hides- the Dabchick Hide and the Kingfisher Hide. From these hides we saw waterbuck, roan and common reedbuck.
We got back to the campsite at about 5pm and started the fire. It was an enjoyable evening by the fire as we prepared and ate dinner. ...