Eagle Tented Lodge & Spa
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Day 9 - 7th Dec.Early start again for game drive.Rained in the night leaving a very overcast morning.The park is 22,000 sq. km and has a salt pan of 5,000 sq.km.(which is an ancient dried up lake).Viewed wilderbeast,zebra,hyena,cori bustard,oryx,ostrich,honey badger,rhino,red hartbeeste. Stopped for lunch after which we had a great afternoons game drive. Saw secretary bird, ...
... trip and settled down at the table on my first floor balcony, looking across the river to Angola on the far side, to try to get a bit more up to date with the blog. It was very peaceful apart from the birds, the frogs and the Germans in the pool.
Dinner was a barbecue and afterwards Blessed gave his usual evening's briefing on the schedule for the following day which in this case involved travelling into a new country, Botswana.
Ready at the Anderson the Park Gate for opening at 6.30am. National Park Permits registered & we are ready to go.
Etosha National Park is now approx 22,000 s kms in size, with the vast Etosha Salt Pan covering 4,500 s kms of this.
We started our drive following a circuit to Ondagab, Okifantsbad & Aus waterholes coming across really big numbers of everything & a huge variety.
Zebras by the hundred, beautiful kudu coming in to ...
... could get a closer look and some really great photos! Abram explained that a study was recently conducted and it is believed that lions in this area are developing an immunity to the naturally occurring anthrax, so if they eat an animal that was killed with this bacteria, they too will not perish.
We took a long, barren and rocky drive to the Nebrowni Watering Hole. Abram had heard that one of the male Black Rhinos was there. We arrived just in time to ...
This time last week, we were ripping, smashing, pulling and knocking the Westville Ecclesial kitchen out, and exactly a week later the brand new kitchen is ready to use! It was a long week of getting up early and taking the kids to the hall to be around Glenn while he worked, the kids would amuse themselves colouring, riding bikes or helping pick up rubbish while Glenn worked tirelessly and I found myself being the absolute "Tradies Helper" holding this, lifting ...