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Salutations to our dedicated readers,
We are sure you are all ecstatic as the time has finally come for us to engulf your body, mind, and soul into our African journey yet again. But first, an update from our feet: "Oxygenate me!" they scream in unison. Now, continuing on from our previous entry.
Much to our delight, on our first night upon arriving at Chobe National Park, we were treated with our ...
... with their family, who had just driven from Martins Drift on the SA border. Through Botswana to Hwange in 1 day!
The camp site's dilapidated fence did little to keep the spotted hyenas out after sunset. The bush babies, hornbills and grey loeries entertained us while we were in camp. The following day we packed a picnic lunch and headed off on a long game drive, but really did not get to see much game, ...
... we didn't meet. So that was a two hour detour and it meant we arrived at the sanctuary after dark so no rhinos. TIA
the next day it was up early again and we drove to maun, the base for the delta activities. I was looking forward to come to maun as last time I was here I found cadburys choc with just fruit, unfortunately this time I had no such luck. We did a flight over the delta in a 4 seater plane just before the sunset. It was a nice flight but ...
... but were
taken by the rafting company and are not as yet in my possession.
Next came the walk out of the gorge. Oh my gosh! Probable
combination of being very very unfit, a bit jetlagged and also still suffering
from a cold (but mainly being unfit) I thought I would end up paying someone to
carry me out, but alas, after a kind gent poured a freezing cold bottle of
water over my head I clambered to my destination. The afternoon saw me eat ...
... the army of thrill seekers bungy jumping off it. This walk was also well worth the soaking and we met a veteran of our helicopter flight, David from Porteshead, en route. He ended up joining us for afternoon tea at on the Stanley Terrace at the majestic Victoria Falls Hotel (built in 1904) overlooking the lawns with a picture postcard view of the Bridge and the Falls. The hotel surprisingly retained its colonial majesty and my father felt ...