Gaborone Botswana Travel Blogs

Browse 14 travel blogs from Gaborone, Botswana. Read Gaborone travel blogs, travel journals, and travelogues from fellow travelers.
#1 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
In case you have been wondering...
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Apr 16, 2008 – Jun 30, 2008
…whether I am still working or just travelling:   Yes, I am still working, my full five days a week, 7:30 AM unti…
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#2 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
This entry is not as light as I thought – and the lights are off frequently
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Apr 16, 2008 – Jun 30, 2008
     It is Wednesday night and the friend from my hometown, Alex, will be arriving tomorrow morning. She…
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#3 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
A president, some mishaps, Zimbabwe and German christmas cake (Stollen) for tea
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Apr 16, 2008 – Jun 30, 2008
It is Wednesday, April 30: I just returned from the two days workshop on “Access to Justice: Feasability of sustainable Legal…
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#4 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
A rainy weekend with a sunny finish
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Apr 16, 2008 – Jun 30, 2008
It is Sunday, late afternoon and I just returned from having a drink (Malawi shanty – a lemonade with water and ginger ale,…
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#5 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
Dinner with consequences
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Apr 16, 2008 – Jun 30, 2008
It is Tuesday evening. My last two days have been very un-adventurous but fruitful: I arrived at the office Monday mor…
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#6 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
Getting up at 5:30 AM for a Labour Day March – am I crazy?
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Apr 16, 2008 – Jun 30, 2008
Like I had written in my last update, I had been invited to join the Paralegal staff of Ditshwanelo in their participation in t…
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#7 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
Moving, shopping, combi ride and two cuties :)
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Apr 16, 2008 – Jun 30, 2008
I was woken up at 8:30 AM by monkeys running over our roof after a cool night, feeling pretty relaxed and full of energy. I was…
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#8 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
Ditshwanelo – my first day
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Apr 16, 2008 – Jun 30, 2008
There I was, sitting on a chair right beside the entrance, looking at the clock: it was shortly past 8 AM. The receptionist, Vi…
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#9 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
Getting out of town
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Apr 16, 2008 – Jun 30, 2008
My first days in Gabs are over…Feelings are a little bit mixed: There didn’t seem much to be going on this weekend. My Sa…
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#10 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
Last leg: Joburg - Gaborone
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Apr 16, 2008 – Jun 30, 2008
I entered the bus terminal in Johannesburg and it also felt safe. Many security people, nothing to worry about. I ate a quick l…
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#11 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
Travelling with Alex – Part One: What the heck to do in Gabs?
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Apr 16, 2008 – Jun 30, 2008
Alex arrived on Thursday, 22nd of May in Gabs. She is a friend from my hometown whom I have known many, many years now (she l…
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#12 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
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Oct 09, 1986 – Oct 19, 1986
Woke up to breakfast of tea and toast, and set off for Gaborone, with a very polite, albeit thorough, roadblock and search alon…
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#13 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
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Oct 09, 1986 – Oct 19, 1986
We woke late on Sunday morning, surrounded by curious locals checking out our vehicle. Breakfast finished with the discover of …
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#14 of 14 Gaborone travel blogs
Après l’effort, le réconfort (or so...)
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Feb 26, 2012
The Kgale Hill is one of the "attractions" in Gaborone, because here you will not encounter big games, nor there is a major par…
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