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... that our shuttle would be there in 40 mins. After and hour and some follow up calls by the team it was still 40 mins away.
Another hour……..still 40 mins away apparently
So finally the team kicked into overdrive spoke to the local taxi drivers who phoned some local bus companies for us and we had a luxury coach, booked for the same price as our original shuttle, which ironically took 40 mins to get to ...
... dominant position in Namibia although they repelled them out of the country many years ago. Probably the local government realizes that they still bring a considerable amount of money to the country.
Speaking about people living in Namibia, Namibia is supposed to be a country with the second lowest population density in the world (after Mongolia). The Namibia 2011 Census enumerated 2,104,900 persons. The population density of Namibia (2011) is estimated to be 2,5 persons per ...
Our first stop is Outjo (155 Km's away) for some shopping. It's quite a big town, a lot larger than we expected, and it is obviously a major stop on the tourist trail, as there are lots of vehicles there, including one called "Rotel Tours das Rollendehotel" which had a fancy bus with six axles and air suspension and a capsule accommodation trailer with 42 windows, two axles and air suspension as well. We have a bit extra time here as Debbie is going to the doctor ...
... because! After lunch we then got to release them into the huge enclosure and it was really awesome to be apart of! Each day is just awesome here, on my third day I started off on enclosure patrol. So we walked round the leopard, cheetah, and lion enclosures checking the electricity status on the wires keeping them in. We started at the leopards, it was e first time I've ever seen a leopard so close! Two named shakira and umbali followed us as we walked around the ...