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... but also has so much depth to it that looking into blackness you feel as long you could look beyond and get lost in the expanse of it. The moon starts it accenting climbing high and quickly to assume it's spot in the sky overlooking the world protectively. As it emerges it is unbelievable enormous. Being only 200 metres above sea level we catch it right at the start of its escalating journey and it is so close. It looms, a bright and glowing full sphere arching slowly upward ...
... Great meal! We had a lot of left over camping supplies so handed them over to a very pleased car guard. Dropped off the car and then got dropped off at the airport. An uneventful flight back other than when being offered the meal of chicken, fish or beef, Alex asked how the fish was done only to receive a quizzical look and told that it was cooked! Good to know.
Arrived back in JHB and picked up by Al's Dad and had a good catch-up and relaxing evening with Al's ...
... back up and so will die. Their main predator is the ground hornbill who, with it's sharp beak can penetrate the shell and eat it. Sometimes the tortoises eat hyena poo to "strengthen their shell".
We didn't see much on the walking safari mainly because some locals had illegally lit a fire nearby and there was so much smoke that the animals had moved away. Vincent said they usually do one controlled burn a year to try to manage wildfires caused by carelessness but ...
... over arid scrub, completely flat except for rocky ridges that look like mountain tops and a couple of things that look like volanoes. Occasionally we'd see a homestead set in probably thousands of acres and a small huddle of cattle around a water source. Then we came to the Etosha Salt Pan. It's a huge dry salt bed that was once ocean. It looks like white sand. In the rainy season it fills up with water and then flamingoes. We got lucky and saw a ...
... part of South Africa even though it was a 1000 miles away from SA. So they founded a new port at Swakopmund but it was never deep enough and had no transport links.
Being German, they didn't give up and built roads and a railway to Windhoek which gave them a trading route into Africa.