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... managed to snap a lovely pair of Himba Ladies for a price of course! We then went on our game drive with Volt and his assistant for the day George giving us a running commentary about the park and all the animals in it. By lunch we had knocked off 3 of the big 5! Black Rhino, Elephant and Lion, as well as many sightings of Zebras, Giraffes, Jackals, Ostrich, Kudu, Impala, Gazelle, Secretary Bird, Ground Squirrel and ...
... of cheetahs! The owners also let us watch the cheetahs being fed, which consisted of a bucket full of raw meat. Whilst we watched them attack the meat, we knew they were not tame and you did not want to be on the wrong side of them!
Our next stop was to see the semi wild cheetahs. These ones we could not pet and we were not allowed off the truck as we drove through the sanctuary. As ...
... make the seeds
drop on the ground, and eat them. We saw little babies playing with each other.
We saw a teenager taking a sand bath causing a dust-devil.
We saw encounters between 2 bulls from competing heards. Stomach rumble signals
carried through the dry river. We spend at least 2 hours between the elephants
and decided to have lunch between them.
Of course at safe distance. Tablecloth at
the hood of the Toyota Landcruiser and the coffee ...
Breakfast was a meagre affair compared to previous lodges. Buffet cereal/yoghurt, eggs and little else, apart from one highlight, a "cheese sausage" that was novel. A sausage with a molten cheese core which squirts like a spitting cobra when you cut into it. Mine hit the sugar bowl, Mum's hit the centre of the table, Linda's hit... Linda... Left Epacha Lodge around 09:00, having ...
Today we finally got to see the cheetahs. We were a day late seeing them because our truck had broken down in a typical overland style which had delayed us by a day. Cheetahs are pests in Namibia and farmers regularly shoot them for being on their land. The campsite that we stayed at rescue both injured cheetahs and ones that local farmers ...