Q. Into which ocean does the river Zambesi flow?
WEDNESDAY 24 FEBRUARY – We catch the 11.10am COT bus to Punta Del Diablo, U$185 (£6). The bus seats are closer together but comfortable and although they are supposed to have wi-fi on board we are both more in need of a snooze. Arrival time of 2pm passes and we are still not there and around half an hour later the bus pulls over. Mission control to Houston we have a problem, the driver walking round with the fan belt in his hand gives us a clue. After changing buses we finally arrive just after 3pm. Punta Del Diablo is a fishing village turned into a holiday village at the end of road. The town roads are all dirt, go off in all directions and don’t have name boards. Setting out to find a room we quickly realise most accommodation is privately owned cottages where you have to telephone the