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Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park
Today we have 2 game drives as we make our way slowly west across Etosha NP. The massive highlight of the morning was to spot another white rhino close up who stood there just feeding and then also nearby we saw a large pride of 15 lions made up of 2 mums and their 13 cubs. We stopped for a group photo at the Etosha lookout which is out on the edge of the Etosha pan: an enormous salt lake for as far as you could see. Even with the ...
... some of Christinas chocolate that fell on the ground and jumping really bad when a water bottle fell on the ground it was uneventful. Day 2 Today is basically a game drive all day. When I was getting up I heard lions roaring in the distance. It was pretty amazing, like being in the Serengeti lions project from national geographic.I am still holding out for a giraffe drinking and a closer rhino so we will see what today brings. The first part of the drive it was tough to stay awake ...
... is 22,000 square kilometres big, about 1000 times bigger then Bonaire.
So YES we are ready to go and very hopeful, also because of the month August and September are the best wildlife watching months. This is the dry season so the bush don't have many leaves and the animals will gardering together at the few waterholes there are.
First camp is Okaukuejo, okay I cannot say it in once either, we set up our tent and went directly on ...
... rocks under beautiful green trees. Seriously the hardest animal on earth to spot and it's very camouflaged. On and off this frustrating animal was hiding, then finally we found the perfect shot and BOTH OUR CAMERA BATTERIES DIED! The big cat family sleep for about 20 hours per day and eat for the remainder so if you're not there for the 4, luck to you finding them. I have no patience for this animal finding stuff, which is probably why I like elephants. They eat most of the ...
... One thing that you have to watch out for in South Africa is the violent crime that sometimes gose on there. Most of the families that are there live in a close knited families, nuclear famillies and livein extended families.
In the stoy I read about reluctant giving it showed me what it is and what it means by the way it means to do something that ...
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