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Etosha National Park
We crossed the border today in to Botswana, very e3asy and simple, even the immigration officers there were friendly and had big smiles for all of us
We would be going into Etosha National Park hoping to see some big game, we would also be bush camping here as well, nice, a bush camp surrounded y all this wildlife (I don't know if they had any big cats here, but if we did there was plenty of game for them to eat, including us
It was quite ...
Everyone arrived back from the Okavango Delta this morning, along with all the boxes, cooking kit, plates, mugs, unused food and it had to be checked back into the truck
Most people made a bee line for the Wifi (they had been deprived of it for 2 ½ days) the 2 lazy girls left everything to anyone else and went off for ...
Jo'burg to Vic Falls on my thumb enroute to Zanzibar.
I turn my head trying to see if I can spot my wife's head amongst the thousands of rush hour faces at the Jo’burg station. My other eye stays fix on the security guard moving at the speed of light. He is taking us to the taxi rank next to Park station from where we can catch a taxi to Gaborone, Botswana. The final destination, Zanzibar. The means, anything that moves.
My heart bursts with ...
We have finally learnt that the way to go is to take things easy and not try and do too many kilometers in a day. Had a leisurely breakfast at Libertas Guest House, re packed our fridge and we were on our way to the border which was a breeze and we soon on our leisurely way to Francistown via Gabarone.Gabarone which never fails to amaze me such is the incredible development that has taken ...
When we arrived in Francistown sitting in the front of Miele’s pick up, it was a relief. Dad had contended well with being sandwiched in the front cabin with no air con and no ability to open the window and it must have looked slightly unusual to see Miele’s pick up and winch proceeding up the high street towing my father’s Honda CRV.
Miele took us straight to the garage that Solomon had recommended, neatly hidden behind the vast ...