Magkadigkadi Camp

PO BOX 22039, Maun, Botswana | Hotel
 

Travel Blogs from Maun

Say Farewell to Botswana

A travel blog entry by mberti

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... pushups with BBL children on his back, Khalif performing a rap, some of the boys singing acapella and the some of the girls singing their own song as well. Kaylah and Torah joined forces with Robin and sang a beautiful farewell song. The final performance, however, was sung by Onxs. It was truly touching. Mma Morris gave a thank you speech to us and David and Alex returned the thank you with their ...

American Day in Botswana.

A travel blog entry by mberti

12

... sketch that Patrick had drawn the night before. Their gentle handling of his masterpiece showed how kind, thoughtful and gentle they are as human beings. Noah and David quickly joined us as well and made the most beautiful green rolling hill you've ever seen. It was so sweet how they painstakingly worked on that green hill. I think they were nervous about painting near Patrick's drawing. Josh, Gitty, James, and Patrick went back to WAR ...

The emotional reality of volunteering abroad.

A travel blog entry by mberti

9

... physically and emotionally and I know that he, Alex, and Torah have had a challenging experience. But through it all, they have all been kind, caring, and thankful for experiencing what they have. David has written a beautiful entry about the emotional journey he and his peers have been going through on this trip. I hope you take time to read what he has to say. It is very thoughtful and thought provoking. Enjoy.

David..."Today was a ...

June 23-24

A travel blog entry by couillard

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BONNE ST JEAN to all the folks back home. Yesterday during our morning drive we saw three Cheetah's but they were quite far from the road. Enjoyed a great camp fire and singing together while looking for the Southern Cross enjoying a starry night as well as the Milky Way. This morning we went for our last game drive while the boys were packing up and we saw the same three cheetahs up close and personal. What a show! We all told our guide how beautiful it was to see ...

A report from an amazing volunteer.

A travel blog entry by mberti

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... the term white people can be interpreted to mean American people. While a distinction was made between the people of Botswana and Jen’s group, the pastor went on to say that while different, they are quite similar as they are all the children of God. The service was about using similarities to unite people from different walks of life. Many wars were started and many lives were lost because of religious differences. If more people recognized religion ...

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This hotel, located on PO BOX 22039, Maun, is near Tsodilo Hills and Katavi National Park.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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