Etosha Mountain Lodge
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... to charge at the other rhino with dust flying. At the last minute, he stopped and the other rhino turned and went back into the bush. Very exciting.
We spent two nights at this camp and loved visiting the safe viewing area at the waterhole at any time of the day. It was only a 5 minute walk away from our campsite and we were always surprised by what we saw.
To see the photos, try pressing the side show button below. They turned out pretty awesome!
... 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 ...
... so told Ali to watch the others whilst I stared out the bull and edged the car forward.
At the closest point to him, his ears flew up, the trunk went forward, his rump dropped and he took two big, fast strides towards us.
We were off as fast as a diesel non-intercooler 2 litre four banger could move.
It's wasn't particularly close but he charged, without question and that is not something you get to say has happened to you every ...
... 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 ...
... Mountains and they are all bigger than the single one in Cape Town!
For the first hour we are on gravel trails then seriously off road 5-10 mph max for 90 minutes.
We stop and let two trackers off and continue even more slowly by car for 30 minutes, when the 4x4 can get no future we then follow another tracker on foot into dense harsh and very rocky terrain.
We did joke that the effect is all done for the White Tourist and ...