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... to canoe whilst I relaxed and then did the food prep of ginger and carrots (the only one whilst the the Germans washed up). After food I am at the bar and Baback approaches to ask am I part of the kitchen team as they are waiting for me to help wash up. I wait to get a drink, whilst fuming, and then head back to the food area. I speak with Mara and a couple of others and state ...
... I was able to steady myself for long enough to take some pictures.
We had lunch at a picnic spot in a camp site near the park gates. Today it was pasta with curried vegetables. There was a shop and cafe nearby where we all went for coffee and after lunch we wandered around watching the birds and admiring some very large sociable weaver bird nests.
Before returning to the lodge we visited Sesriem Canyon. We clambered the ...
... mine but it is a nature reserve. First thing we saw was a huge horses graveyard after the 1st world war a lot of horses used got sick they sent for a vet but he had to arrive from Cape town so naturally it took a while, unfortunately before he reached them they decided it wasn't worth the risk and shot nearly 200 horses and mules, later they realised the sickness was actually malnutrition and nothing contagious at all! We ...
... first sighting of the day was the
shipwreck of the Southwest Seal, a seal fishing boat in the 1950's.
A bit further on we came across the remains of an old drilling rig
that had been abandoned. Also we passed the remains of a diamond
mine, nothing much too see. As we drove we left the area of the
Skeleton Coast and entered the Dorob National Park. This is almost
the same, but has much less controls and anyone can use it as ...
... shuffled to the open door. Before I could wish him luck, Tom and his strapped in friend disappeared out of the door into the big blue sky! Then it was my turn…my feet dangled from the plane and I could see the blue of the sky and the orange of the desert…then I just couldn’t look! We rocked backwards and forwards and tumbled freely through the air. My heart rolled into my stomach and Dries began ...