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Pit stop outside of Etosha in a small town called Tsumeb to get the car serviced. Making our way to Zambia through the Caprivi strip; stopped by at a gorgeous campsite along the banks of the Okavango river (flows in to the Okavango delta) and had a beautiful sunset with hippos and crocs swimming in the river.
Why is the region so green and lush, one wonders when one sees pictures of the Caprivi Strip, a region close to the Botswana and Angola borders that is slowly opening up to tourism after decades of civil unrest. Once there, the answer is obvious: because it rains a lot, you silly! Correction: Because it rains a lot... in January/February. Perfect …
... a certain deadline and at this point it was unknown how many days/weeks/months we would spend in Linyanti before we sorted out the Roxsand situation. It was a sad parting of the ways, but in the end both groups had a great time despite the unexpected change in plans. Tracy and Jerry got to see and enjoy some of the Okavango Delta and Moremi, where we were supposed to go next (but didn’t make it), and the four of us at Linyanti had the best ...
... is plenty of space and the environment seems to be largely intact. It's also a really easy country to get around even though some of the gravel roads are reeeeeally rough.
Bloody hell this sounds like a travel blog. But, unlike Europe, up to the present I have nothing to ***** about. But stay tuned!
Leaving our campsite for the night at White Lady Lodge in the Brandburg Mountains we had a minor disagreement as to the direction in which we should head. Typically, ...
... but I’m not much of a birder. No elephants. I am crushed. Soon, however, we see
a dark shape on a river bank far ahead and it is moving. As we come nearer, it
is—darn it—another hippo. But, wait. There is something else there. It’s a
newborn. Our guide suggests that this calf is a month old but I’ll bet it is
younger than that. Unsteady on its feet, it chases after a bird who’s job it is
to peck ticks from it’s mother’s ...