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Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park
... yellow horn bills flew low to the ground right over her head. They perched on some branches close to her and sung their song. It was a magical moment.
Camping under the stars, eating a fish called "'Snook" with rice, sweet potato and a delicious cream sauce had every one in silence for a while. Kymoyo (Kim - I finally asked him how to spell his name) is a good cook. Every piece of fish was cooked perfectly. The bugs started dive ...
... You could tell they were on edge just looking at us - it was amazing!
As the light was disappearing, we rushed back to camp (to avoid getting lost!). We enjoyed a delicious Braai (BBQ over hot wood coals) and were visited by a black backed jackal hoping to get a feed too!
The next morning, similar to other game drives, we had to start early to catch the animals before the sun was too hot. We ...
... edged forward to try to get a drink but each time were chased back by the hyenas who seemed to be in a playful rather than an aggressive mood but the zebras were nevertheless clearly fearful of them. Eventually the two bravest of the zebras did make it to the waterhole to drink but the other four left thirsty.
After breakfast back at the lodge we left Etosha National Park and set off on the long drive to the north of ...
... as the Etosha Safari Camp guides were doing.
This turned out to be good again as we certainly saw many interesting things such as herds of herbivores. Highlights included another hyena, two bat-eared fox, a rare Africa wild cat, some more lions, cheetahs with a kill plus a banded mongoose, ground squirrels and some red hartebeest antelope. The guides at the lodge were impressed.
This success rate involved many ...
... were training on the island in the early 80's. Some walkers took the boat back to the lodge but Cathy, Ron, Dave and I joined our guide for a walk to the abandoned fort and new medical center.
In the afternoon, four went fishing for Tiger Fish while the rest enjoyed our last sunset at Impalila Island.