Obviously Luis’s house is much bigger than what we live in. (It’s a wooden giraffe head.)
See, Linda really did eat that caterpillar.
Mongooses or mongeese?
Mongoose. All this before the bus even left the hotel parking lot.
To get from Zimbabwe to Namibia we had to go by bus to the Zimbabwe border, have our passports stamped so we could leave Zimbabwe, drive to the Botswana border station, have our passports stamped, cross a tiny sliver of Botswana, have our passports stamped as we left Botswana. Then at the Namibia border, walk uphill to the border station, have our passports stamped, walk back down hill, get in a speedboat and 45 minutes later arrive at our Lodge on an island.
Our boat has the tan cover, one the man is standing on.
How could I have ever left off the gin! Bad Bob.
I’m red with embarrassment thinking there is a lens on my camera.
Those potato chips absolutely blow away anything we’ve ever tasted in the States. When they come out, it seems like everyone in the group grabs a handful, then goes back for more.
The World is such an awesome place. A sunset and moonrise, is the same the world around.