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... We saw a nice bit of Maun. My Tom Tom is a great
tool, also in Botswana.
Japie wanted to find a friend in Maun and dropped me at the café across the
airport. I told him not to end up in jail. (as a joke of course) The next time
I saw Japie he was sitting across two police officers filling in paperwork.
They fined him for not wearing his seatbelts and dropping me off at the corner
of the street.
Of course Japie did not agree with all the arguments of ...
... or is used up by the many plants that grow in it. It disappears into the desert.
An amazing variety of wildlife live in the delta - giraffes, water buffalos, hippos, rhinos, lions and lots of antelopes. But there are also lions, cheetahs, leopards, hyenas, wild dogs, rhinos, ostriches, elephants and Nile crocodiles.
There are also birds galore, over 400 species. And lots of insects.
When we flew over the Delta, it looked like there ...
... ourselves with the cold drinks in the esky, which when empty, we made a game. We picked some sort of fruit off the tree and had to through it into the esky- key us entertained for a good hour as everyone joined in. Trevor the guy who dislocated his ankle managed to come too as he got some crutches. He mentioned the swelling in his foot " a few" times and Emma then sad about the healing properties of elephant poo, they eat a lot of medicinal plants and have ...
... hm, that's one of the things I don't like about the bush...I can not handle alcohol anymore!!
Wednesday was a lazy day, that's what holidays are about, I spent the evening with Jaco and Lily, the sister of Anelia who is working in our office. Jaco came to pick me up in the lodge, but because it was rush hour, we decided to go for a drink... let me write you what my diary says... " what was supposed to be one drink, turned out to be one bottle of wine, so ...
... skull of an aardwolf! Shortly after that a not so great thing happened - we got a flat tire. While the men attended to the fixing of the vehicle, the women played with a huge millipede that Chelsea had found. It was so tickly! I handed it to Dad at one point, and as the millipede was crawling over the backs of his hands, he couldn't stop giggling, and it was wonderful! After yet another amazing lunch and some down time, our evening game ...