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... to the shade of a tree. Around the next bend we came across a rapitt vulture on a carcass. As we were watching a jakal came along and chased the vulture away - nearly catching it by the leg.Finally, at the end of the drive we came across giraffes and Sociable Weaver Birds ( Who share a single nest which grows continuously until the branch breaks, they are huge nests).
... And by that I mean we used it for ages, the quality of play was shocking. We were pretty persistent though and spent most of the afternoon playing despite the fact that every time the ball when off the court (which it did often. See previous comment re: performance) it landed in six foot razor grass. We went for drinks in the bar and one thing led to another and before we knew what was what we were all ...
... amp; we saw the business end of a full maned lion !
Breath taking !! 2 lionesses with very full tummies & messy faces & manes from gorging on a recent kill, lay close by.
During our evening driveway spotted our first Nyala - a shy, beautiful antelope with big ears & fine vertical stripes along their body.
Halali Camp that night with a spectacular sunset show at the Moringa Waterhole.
A great viewing area cut into ...
... water and were absolutely adorable. Our only regret with the safari in Etosha was that we did not see any rhinos despite Etosha having a large population of them.
A large section of Etosha consists of the Etosha Salt Pan. When we arrived, this was a huge dry area of nothing! The ground was dry and cracked and we found some faint evidence of a watering hole which had dried up. We ...
... for the short trip to the Canon Lodge. Who could have imagined building this lodge, with 22 out-cabins, each built directly into or around the face of a rock outcrop and overlooking the canyon that cuts through a desert plain? Certainly not me!
At 5 o'clock, we joined a small guided group for a climb to the top of a mammoth pile of huge boulders, where ...