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We were all very excited to head to Etosha National Park in Nambia. Renowned for it’s leopards and rhinos, we were really hoping to see some!
After our 600km drive from Divindu, we arrived at Etosha late in the afternoon. On our way to camp at Namatoni, we stopped over at some of the watering holes and managed to see some giraffe, a jackal, Burchells zebra and other grazers.
After a swim to cool ...
... of noise late the previous night which I now realised was probably the hyenas cleaning up after the kill. We continued our drive and suddenly came upon a group of lions. They still had blood on their faces and were looking lazy and contented.
There didn't appear to be much else around until we approached a waterhole and found that seven or eight hyenas were bathing there. Their bellies were bulging and they were happily playing ...
... On our second excursion with Nicklaus we also saw eland antelope, a solitary lion with a kill he had been protecting for over five days (smelly) and many giraffes, plus a cheetah with his kill. All said and done it was amazing experience seeing all these cats, the hundred plus elephants and the fighting giraffes.
On the fourth day we moved from the excellent Onguma Campsite over to the Etosha Safari Camp at the Anderson’s ...
... that evening at a
site within the park, we were able to walk down to a water hole viewing area.
This resulted in observing 3 rhinos (including one adorable baby) and a
spectacular, once again, sunset.
After dinner we returned, as the park has some
lighting projected onto the watering hole, and it doesn’t seem to sway animals.
We were treated to a troupe of 8 elephants drinking for quite a period of ...
It has now been almost a week since I moved into my homestay. At first, I didn't feel incredibly comfortable. I suppose that is to be expected, suddenly being adopted into a families home and lifestyle. In the past few days, I have really bonded with my sisters. My oldest sister, Thah, cooks dinner every night because Mama doesn't get home till after 8. Thah and Nelo, my other sister who is 22, and I shared music last night and ...