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Stage 7: Elephant Highway (Zambia, Botswana, Namibia)
Victoria Falls to Windhoek
Apr 11th to Apr 21st
Tour D'Afrique Pre Information
1,542 km, 10 days riding, 1 days rest
average km per riding day = 154km (95 miles)
Botswana: 1,500km. Close to 100% paved, with 40% of this pavement heavily potholed. The road is relatively flat through the whole country.
Namibia: 1,300km. Our route in ...
... appeared to be following Zebras and eying the baby. Think we interrupted his attempt.
We arrived in the Moremi Camp in the Okavango Delta. We were met by Alex and Onks. Onks is our driver today. We were in pursuit of Lions. You would not believe the terrain. It was dried yellow grass about 2 ft tall. How would you ever spot a lion in that? We did find a pride
Of lions. 2 mothers, one collared and one not and 3 young ones, but big. 2 males just starting to grow their ...
... Andy and I headed into town to try to change our Zambian money-quacha, into dollars. I really didn't think it would be so hard to change it, considering Zambia is only about 1km away. What a palava that was. Got there in the end. This afternoon, we decided that we would finally go down and check out "the" Victoria Falls. They we magnificent. They fall from Zambia into Zimbabwe so we were definitely on the right side for viewing. It was great ...
... We circled over the falls and the gorges and then some of the game parks along the river on both sides. I had a hard time at first looking down, felt like I would pitch forward and out of the machine but gradually common sense and assurances from Heiko gave me enough courage to enjoy the views from all ways. When he asked me if I wanted to drive, I had to loosen the death grip on the handles at my sides in order to grab onto the steering thing - that lasted about 10 seconds ...
... the temperature etched around 100 as my thick one day suntan lotions turned to water and just changing clothes caused a river to run down your back. A quick boat rude across the stream and then we split into 4 groups. Our guide informs us that they have no protection in the form of a gun spear of defensive weapon, and then proceeds to say what to do in the event of an encounter with the big 5. If we see a panther don't approach it or take photographs, not actions that ...