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... a brilliant view from our deck overlooking the hippo filled Kavango River. We had three superb nights in this awesome spot just 1km from Epupa Falls. Sunset River cruises to the Falls, (more like large rapids) fishing trip for tiger or bream - (1 small tiger for TK) and chilling around the pool gave us renewed energy and a break from driving to see game. Food was good ( rate incl dinner and breakfast) Our laundry was done while TK did some admin to change ...
... this case the deluxe prefix did not disappoint. Originally, I had tried to book sites at the government run campgrounds inside the national parks, however these were blocked booked months in advance and full. Nevertheless the Onguma Reserve had some excellent reviews online. After a 9 km journey through the reserve to the fenced campsite, we were both a little dubious. But this was a real paradise with each site secluded amongst tall trees. A ...
... baby stole the show, tottering and stumbling and being ridiculously cute.
The pack regrouped, and headed off, and soon
gave a chorus of trumpeting sounds to farewell. It was curious to watch,
because as soon as this final
announcement had been made, a leopard slunk out briefly before going back into
the darkness. I spent much of the night there, later on with my sleeping bag,
appreciating the beauty of the place I was ...
From Swaka we went south, through Walvis Bay, into the desert proper! Its different driving past south of Swaka, no longer did we see villages on the side of the road, all the land was now farm country. Afrikaaners country. We ended up in a place called Sessriem, the gateway to Sossusvlei which is sand dune country. The road into Sossusvlei is closed after dark but you can go into the dunes for sunrise and sunset. We planned to head in for sunset the night we ...
... antlers. In the plain area, we also saw another new antelope, the Black Faced Impala. It is almost completely tan and has black markings on it's face.
Another really interesting animal was the Blue Wildebeest which is very dark in colour and has a bluish tinge in the sunlight. The males have a completely black face and the females have a black face with a brown forehead. Abram's colleague confirmed that the ...