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Well it's our last night in Africa and we stayed in the lovely Olive Grove Guesthouse in Windhoek. In fact Prince Harry stayed here only just 3 nights ago as part of his Africa tour. Imagine a Prince copying the idea of the Travelling McAteers to tour Africa. Harry please don't follow us to India lol :-) We also met a lovely couple from Yorkshire, …
... against my already raw skin. The top was breathtaking, you could see for miles around and every few minutes as the sun continued her upward journey more and more of the dunes were cast into light growing forward out of the shadow of their slumber and into a new day. At the top I still and turned to face the sun my leg muscle aching and sweating from the climbing and also skin sensitive and shivering from the cold regardless of how many layers I had on. I let the sun bathe me, ...
... of Uno we arrived at Ghanzi Trail Blaizers campsite. On the way in we saw a tiny stembok, about the size of some of the giant "domestic" cats we've seen recently.
A few of the others went on a bush walk with the San bushmen and women but we decided against it because we knew there would be a lot of that kind of forced cultural tourism coming up and we didn't want to do too much. The group that did go came back half of them a bit annoyed about what the "western world" ...
... we got what we wanted. Steve did get electrocuted though as he changed the bulb in the bathroom and the metal case was live, luckily he was stood on a wooden chair but still managed a scream and to throw the new bulb across the bathroom LoL.
Can't wait for Amy, Neil and little Noah to arrive.
... at 8pm for our driver, I'm not exactly sure what I expected from a night drive, the driver was using a handheld infrared light in order to find the animals and you just got the impression that there was so much else going on around that you were missing. We saw rhinos at a different water hole, giraffes, impala and a monitor lizard but not as big as the one in Malawi!! It was really cold though and I was struggling to stay awake by the end. Even though ...