Ndhovu Safari Lodge
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Caprivi Strip
... fuel. Some people stayed on Big Mamma and carried on to get fuel, but we hopped off with a couple of others to pick up some water and basically stretch our legs and seek some sanity.
There were so few of us who got off that I did find myself worrying quite a bit that they wouldn't actually come back for us and we would be stuck here. Rundu actually seemed to be a semi happening town, at least outside the Shoprite where ...
... 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 ...
... carrot/swede mash plus cauliflower & broccoli with cheese sauce, followed by bananas in chocolate; obviously my diet will have to continue after the end of the safari....
Day 3 Nambwa Bush Camp, Caprivi Strip in Namibia
Up at 6 to pack the tents (I did wonder if I was mad, I don’t DO early mornings) and off by 7 for the Namibian border (huge baobab trees, great views of ...
I’ve been thinking about what I can do to make all these strange place names mean something to you guys in our travel blog land? And I’ve come to the conclusion that I can do stuff all. The place names don’t jog the old primary school geography class memory banks the same way that places in the first world do. Buy yourselves an Atlas and put it on my account!
We bumped into some South African Land Rover owners while parking to have some lunch ...
... 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 ...