Ndhovu Safari Lodge
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... let off. We figured we didn’t have much time so we whizzed through Shoprite and picked up some basics. But then I needed a toilet. Where’s the toilet? Over there? Great, thanks.
Toilet isn’t free? OK, we’ve seen this before. How much? 2 Namibian dollars? OK. That’s like 2 rand, which is less than 20 pence. Fine. Inside the toilet is the interesting bit. There was a lady manning the ...
... the not-so-distance. It was a very animal sound-effect filled night, except the sounds were created by real animals.
In the morning Tracy, Jerry, Katherine, and Vee packed up and left for Maun as fast as they could before the sand got hot, leaving myself, Tanya, Juliette and Steve standing in our campsite all alone. We didn’t even know if we would see them again, as they had flights to catch in Maun a few days later and a rental truck to ...
... River plain and so civilised compared to the border crossing of yesterday). Quite a long drive today, but we had plenty of stops and the views were fascinating: small compounds of thatched huts fenced with brushwood, families in colourful clothing waving to us, roadside stalls selling fruit or firewood, sable antelope hiding in the bush, warthogs digging at the side of the road, elephants crossing it – so ...
... Bay. They were two couples and very interested in the truck and our trip. We got a lot of info from them on the highlights ahead and the road conditions as they had been up North and were now heading south back to South Africa. They even gave us a better map of Namibia which was very generous of them.
Namibia is a land of geographical contrasts, sand dunes in the south of the Namib Desert, barren and flat in parts to the North, and mountainous where we are at the moment at ...
... immigration’s dock so I can walk up
the road and legally leave the country filling in a form and having my passport
stamped. Then, back in the boat it will be about a 10 minute ride to Botswanan
immigration where I will legally enter their country by filling in a form and
get my passport stamped. Then, I will be transported by a car of some sort to
the Zimbabwe border. That will take about another 20 minutes. There I will have my passport
stamped by the ...