Hakusembe River Lodge
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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TravelPod Member ReviewsHakusembe River Lodge Rundu
What a relaxing place after a long days drive. Right on the banks of the Kavango River it is a quiet and relaxing place to overnight. We stayed here on our return journey as well. The staff are very friendly and get it right most of the time. The food in the restaurant is basic but very good and the bar caters for a wide variety of drinks.
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On Wednesday 8th April three of us set off from Windhoek for a 10 day work trip through the north of Namibia to visit aerodromes and talk to air traffic controllers.
Anne and Tom and I left in the 4x4 Wednesday morning.
Tom and I worked for the same organisation for 30 years in Australia and hadn't met till we both came to Namibia to work …
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 …
... called the Three Little Dassies. It is basically a Namibian version of The Three Little Pigs. Three little dassies (rock hyrax which are like groundhogs) are told that it was time to leave their home and to find their own places. They are told to look for a place that is cooler, less crowded and safe from Big Bad Eagles.
One dassie builds her hut out of grass while another sister builds hers out of sticks. The third sister builds her house out ...
Every year that we have traveled to a new country, we look for a small community organization that may appreciate some of the skills that we have to share.
In the past, we have prepared puppet shows to share with children and our friends Gail and Pat have helped us by accompanying our shows on their ukuleles and interesting percussive instruments. Puppets Elora has been very supportive and in the past has donated money for us to buy materials in whatever country we ...
After leaving Etosha we spent a not so lovely 5 hrs in a small town waiting for our vehicle to be fixed...electrical problems with both our AC (which we did without for 5 days in 40+C temperatures) and our starter which meant me and the guys had to push the vehicle to get it started each time. While the pushing wasn't a problem, this was all during our time in the park where you're not allowed to get out of the vehicle, so it meant we needed ...