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 …
... the braai (BBQ) pits - each camp has a different offering, but most with a concrete or brick base on which you make your fire. Firewood is usually available for sale by locals, outside the camps. Going rate is $5 per bundle. We were lucky to be entertained by some cute kids playing drums & dancing. They enjoyed the coloured pens we gave them.
Our campers have a good selection of cast iron cooking pots, so we have been creating some tasty meals together.
... it's quite nice over here. Seen lots of animals and stuff, will see you in a bit. ByeTom HT: Dearest fam: Hope switzerland will be as exciting as Africa (it won't be!) Seen krazy animals like zebra, lion and elephant right up close. Have fun x hb mum and andrew xKatherine: YO ROBERTS CLAN, hope you are all well and especially George (our dog for intriuged parents). Currently sitting in an African lodge with an 80s perm due to having french plaits lol. K xxHarry: Hi fam, having a ...
After such a memorable Delta safari it was somewhat of a shame to return to Maun and seek some attention for my painful back. In Maun there was no chiropractor, but Hilary, from Hilary’s Cafe recommend a physiotherapist and I booked myself in there for a rapid course. Richard, from Zimbabwe turned out to be great and after four treatments both Dad and myself were ready to start travelling again.
In the meantime, we had moved into ...
Not much to report of this time as our
great yellow truck was making moves towards the Namibia border. This night
ended in probably the coldest camp, a bush camp nonetheless, and quite hard and
rocky, picking a tent spot was a sport. But as with all bush camping it was
amazing, especially the stars as you move away from the light of the bush fire.
Alas I cant tell you where this place was all I know is that we were bound ...