Clients will be picked from their lodging place in the morning at 645am and driven to Kazungula Border , which is the entry point to Botswana. They will cross over the Zambezi River by speed boat. At the Botswana side they will be taken in 4x4 game viewers where they will do their first activity of the Day which is the River safari. After the boat cruise they will proceed for lunch and relax a bit. They will then assume their Safari game drive in the afternoon which will ultimately see them back to Zambezi River fro their final journey back to Livingstone.
The Golden Rose-winning sitcom returns to DVD for a third series. Peep Show continues to follow the domestic adventures of Mark and Jeremy, two late-twentysomething flatmates living in South London. As ever, viewers are party to Mark and Jeremy's innermost thoughts as the dysfunctional duo try in vain to find their place in modern culture, to grow up and maybe even find love and fulfilment.Mark finally manages to start going out with Sophie, until - heartbreakingly - she is relocated to Bristol. While Mark struggles to keep their long distance relationship going, Jeremy embarks on a series of disastrous relationships with old flame Big Suze, a defendant in a court case and, worst of all, Mark's sister.
In 1970, the Miss World competition took place in London, hosted by US comedy legend, Bob Hope. At the time, Miss World was the most-watched TV show on the planet with over 100 million viewers. Claiming that beauty competitions demeaned women, the newly formed Women's Liberation Movement achieved overnight fame by invading the stage and disrupting the live broadcast of the competition. Not only that, when the show resumed, the result caused uproar: the winner was not the Swedish favourite but Miss Grenada, the first black woman to be crowned Miss World. In a matter of hours, a global audience had witnessed the patriarchy driven from the stage of the Western ideal of beauty turned on its head. Special Features: Making of Misbehaviour Real Women Protestors Real Women Contestants Deleted Scenes Trailers
After four highly successful series, in 1989 the international Emmy Award-winning Fresh Fields became French Fields, as William and Hester Fields (Julia McKenzie and Anton Rodgers) followed their children's example and set up home across the Channel. They soon discover there is more than 22 miles of water dividing the English from the French. Hester's brave attempt to cross the language barrier, using Franglais and mime to rival Marcel Marceau, merely causes bewilderment. And French customs and culture are no less tricky; even the car steering wheel is in the wrong place, while asking a surly housekeeper to leave could be seen as despotic and spark a minor revolution. However, despite such difficulties, the Fields persevere in their inimitable style providing comic entertainment for their French friends and viewers alike. This complete second series also includes the hilarious 1990 Christmas Special.
Hot on the heels of her acclaimed success in The Good Life, Penelope Keith undertook a role that would futhher confirm her place as one of Britain’s leading comic actors: the role of Audrey fforbes-Hamilton in To The Manor Born. Series Three first broadcast in 1981, along with such challenging issues as the closing of the train station, other people’s honey and large modern art sculpture, takes the relationship between businessman Richard De Vere and Audrey to new and unexpected levels. The once-successful businessman suddenly finds that he has everything to lose, and the only thing that might save him is the selling of Grantleigh Manor. Quite how this new challenge resolves itself kept viewers of the series, when originally broadcast, gripped until the now famous closing episode of this, the final series. Special Features: Cast Filmographies Subtitles
"Deadly Days" is the unique strategic zombie survival rogue-lite. Manage and protect a group of survivors and help them find a cure. Discover and use a wide variety of crazy items, special abilities, and lethal weapons.Currently more than 50 crazy items that make each game unique, including toothpaste.Over 25 powerful special abilities that can dramatically change the outcome of a battleThree different specializations where you can unlock new abilities, items and weapon typesCurrently over 20 weapon types with randomly generated modificationsProcedurally generated cities and missionsMore than 25 survivor skins to discover - Skins now have individual character propertiesMore than 10 different types of zombies that only want one thing: Brains.Additionally three unique bosses to defeatOver 30 achivements to unlockLovingly designed pixel artstyleTwitch Features integrated - Viewers become survivors and decide which mission to go on nextUse what you findEach time you try to find the medicine, you have to put together the best combinations of items, special abilities and weapons. You have to work with what you find. Air strikes all over the place or some safe Kevlar vests? Many ways lead to the goal but the decision is yours.Search cities and conquer buildingsThe cities are generated in a procedural way, resulting in endless combinations. Scavenge the cities as quickly as possible, otherwise you may be blown away by an explosive zombie or stomped into the ground by a zombie on steroids. Be careful, because very dangerous zombie hordes wait in the night.What happened?Shortly before the start of the apocalypse, the fast food chain MKing launched a new burger product on the market. Addictive additives were secretly added to the meat in order to boost sales. The plan worked out. However, the addictive drug meant that all brain areas were shut down over time, except for the area which is responsible for the basic need for fresh meat. Lots of meat! As if that were not bad enough, this disease also leads to the fact that the people affected cannot die naturally. A high level of force is necessary.
This enchanting stop-motion animation series for younger viewers featured the everyday adventures of the puppet children from Rainbow, one of the longest-running and best-loved children’s programmes ever made. Sally, her brother Jake and the other characters of Dimbledale were among the earliest creations of BAFTA and Emmy winners Brian Cosgrove and Mark Hall, the phenomenally successful production team behind classics such as 1975’s Noddy, Dangermouse, the magical Wind in the Willows, and Cinderella. Featuring narration by Mike Savage and songs sung by former Herman’s Hermit Keith Hopwood, Sally and Jake was originally screened between 1973 and 1974, and both series plus the 1973 Christmas special are available here for the first time in any format. Sally and Jake live in the little village of Dimbledale, where there’s always plenty for them to see and do. Their parents run the local greengrocer’s shop, and Dad drives to the market every day to collect fruit and vegetables. Gran lives next door, and is always on hand to provide delicious pies and cakes. Their other friends include Harry the odd-job man, who lives in a converted barn and is always making and mending something, and Farmer Merry, who works the fields around the village… not forgetting Sly the cat, who finds Dimbledale the ideal place to do what he likes doing best - curling up and going to sleep!
Welcome to the Game II is an atmospheric horror / strategy / puzzle game that takes you into the world of the deep web, in search of the shadow web. Why are you in search of the shadow web? Let’s take you back into the story.You play as Clint Edwards, an investigative reporter in a major metropolitan area. You wake up from a nap to sounds coming from your computer. Someone has sent you a link to a stream that is causing alarm to its viewers. Upon viewing the stream, you see a woman named Amalea who’s scared for her life. Amalea says something about the shadow web, and that there are men in masks hunting her down. When trying to explain her location, the stream abruptly ends. This peaks Clint’s interest, and he must dig deeper to find her before it’s too late. But little does Clint know that the deep web is not a place to poke around. You never know who else is around to poke back. Welcome to the Game II puts you the task of saving Amalea, and how to get there. You are tasked to seek out 8 hidden hashes to decrypt the shadow web browser. You do this by using a simulated computer operating system on a computer. This simulated operating system will come with tools to help you on your way, such as a web browser (A.N.N), Note taking software, software package purchase options(zeroDAY), and more!The hidden hashes are spread out through the deep web, on web pages. You find the hashes by carefully examining the page by either clicking around, viewing the page source, or maybe poking around a hidden file somewhere. While you are on your search for the hidden hashes, you must hack your way into neighbors Wi-Fi’s to be avoid being tracked by the police! Fend off hackers (mini games) from stealing your data, DOSCoin (in game currency), notes. Order products to help you on your mission such as Wi-Fi boosters to get better range, motion sensors. Make DOSCoin(in game currency) by doing certain tasks such as defeating hacks and items to generate you DOS Coin!This all takes place in your city apartment building, where you must explore around to move around the Wi-Fi dongle, set up motion detectors, go to the drop off location and more! While all doing so by being hunted by the mysterious unknows of the deep web (bad guys).
George Lucas's fascinating, almost art-house, film just took a quantum leap into the digital future. Never has the world of THX 1138 looked as bright, clear, and antiseptic as it does on this remastered version. It is equally impressive how far Lucas and the camera crew push the widescreen 2.35 aspect ratio, particularly on a film that emphasizes minimalism. For those that fault the film as being soundless, prepare yourself for a shock. The new THX enhanced THX 1138 sports a newly remastered DTS audio track that enhances every wonderfully subtle, ambient sound of Lalo Schifrin's soundscape. Complaints are likely to be aimed at the restoration. As many assumed, the newly restored (and retitled) THX 1138: The George Lucas Director's Cut underwent a few CGI alterations. In one aspect, the computer graphics are stunning, they're not excessive, and they don't take anything away from the film's storyline. In some aspects the CGI scenes bridge some empty gaps. However, the modern effects do look a little out of place in comparison with the rest of the film. Though a futuristic sci-fi film, THX 1138 is still very '70s in its look and feel. When the newly added scenes appear, it is pretty obvious what has been added. Yes, the purists will cry Blasphemy! but in all honesty those new to the film may not notice the differences, and most viewers will probably not care.