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10 Video highlights

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Day 14/15 – October 2-3 – Lake Nakuru

Another very long day today, we are driving from Maasai Mara to Lake Nakuru, a trip of about six hours, and then going straight into a two-hour game drive at Lake Nakuru. The first hour was very uncomfortable travelling at … Continue reading

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Day 12/13/14 – September 30 to October 02 – Zanzibar to Maasai Mara

Had a few hours in the morning before heading off to the Maasai Mara, so I thought I would change some money into US dollars. Not as simple as it might sound … the hotel directed me to the bank … Continue reading

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Day 10/11/12 – September 28/29/30 – Zanzibar

Very long day today – saw these anti-poaching rangers head off first thing in the morning, which is encouraging, then left the hotel at 9.30 for a day of travelling – to Lilongwe in Malawi for a refuelling stop and … Continue reading

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Day 8/9/10 – September 26/27/28 Chobe Game Park Botswana

Left after breakfast for the flight to Kasane in Botswana. Being the only flight attendant in the group Ros was invited to do the safety demonstration, much to everyone’s amusement.  Arrived at Kasane International Airport to find a certain amount … Continue reading

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Day 7/8 – 25/26 September – Rovos Rail to Victoria Falls

Our last morning on board and it’s taken up with packing our bags and leaving them out  for collection and delivery to our aircraft so that when they have checked us in we can proceed straight to the boarding gate. … Continue reading

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Day 5-6 – 23/24 Sep Rovos Rail

Left the hotel at 10am for Cape Town Railway station for our train trip – one that Ros has been dreaming about for over 20 years! Moses was there to greet us with his final piece of millinery finery. On … Continue reading

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