Hakusembe River Lodge
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Early morning game drive & saw 2 big elephants just outside Namutoni Camp, enjoying their breakfast & the morning sun.
As we drove back to pack up camp, we saw giraffe, several korai bustards, & a female ostrich - not a bad start to the day !
Our little convoy of 4 X 4's on the road again & heading northward. We are …
... DADDY (for Yesterday)- hope Avingon is good and you enjoyed Bastille Day and Dad's leg is ok! Africa is cool- Nice and warm and lots of animals seen on safari. See you in August! xxDom: Hey Parents, really enjoying africa, there have been some really surreal experiences that will stay with me for life. I don't know when you guys are going to africa but you've got a lot to look forward to. Looking forward to telling you about my experiences. DomJames: Hello family having a great ...
... three days we left for Tsodilo Hills. This journey involved skirting the Delta and then heading north alongside what is called the Okavango Panhandle until we reached Tsodilo Hills area, which was on the border with Namibia. I intended to camp at the Tsodilo Hills camp ground, but was quite unprepared for the lack of signage in Maun plus the proliferation of wandering cattle and pot holes, which all conspired to delay us by several hours. Eventually ...
... camp spot was by the world’s
biggest Baobab tree.Well this is what we thought, Google has since told me otherwise. What a monstrosity it was. I loved it. So big that it
scarcely mattered people were climbing it, angling them out of the photo was
not a huge task. So we spent until sundown taking various shots from different
sides and being reproachful about the names carved into the trunk by previous
visitors to the tree.
... you when you said you've had enough and they even put their lolly pop wrappers in the bin - the first African people I've seen use a bin! They were very cute and all talked to each other in their click language and a few of the older kids new some English - especially the word "football". It was two cool little stops as we make our way south - very much enjoying Namibia so ...