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... oryx, bee eater, secretary bird and eagle. This was in just a couple of hours.
We came to the camp where we'll be staying for two nights. There are mongoose and jackals that just run about the gardens. We were all hot and tired after another huge day. We were grateful for a nice cool shower, a glass of wine, dinner then bed.
Tomorrow we enjoy an early morning and late afternoon game drives, relaxing in the middle of the day when wildlife is least ...
... and bright green
dishwashing towels for the grasses. We will be performing in Tsumeb so it was great that the show has come together so well.
Anyways, as I mentioned, it’s all about the animals at Etosha, so here are more photos of the incredible animals that we saw.
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... br> We needed to get stocked up on food and gas again as we were going to spend the following 5 days camping in Etosha Park. We went into Kamanjab, the closest town, but because it was Sunday, only 1 store was open – the butcher shop. We decided to return on Monday morning. We did find a lovely hotel which had internet connections and a restaurant. We were able to have a tasty lunch and send off the last set of blogs I wrote, in a cool ...
... Rather than getting up before dawn and tracking the wildlife, you travel from water hole to water hole observing them.
Of course travelling between is fascinating and we have some major excitement in some very remote areas that we are not really supposed to be travelling in, but Tommy is willing so what the hell.
Mid morning we were off piste and came across two elephants resting in the shade of a tree each side of the road we were ...
... there that she will not see for six months or more.
When I ask if she would like us to take her there to say goodbye she accepts with huge excitement.
15 minutes later she is showing us her son at the family farm. The area and the buildings and living conditions are as harsh as you can imagine. She is a waitress in a lodge where fat Europeans ask if they can have gluten free bread roll with their dinner. I cannot imagine what ...