Ndhovu Safari Lodge
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Waiting for us at the airstrip was Ollie, our delightful safari guide, who over the next six days became a close member of our tour group, generously sharing his extensive knowledge of his homeland!
... a riot because she "stole" their business. The car carrying our bags even had a dead battery requiring a boost....costing another K20. Our hostel, The Fawlty Towers, was just the oasis we were craving. It is beautiful. To finish the night, we went to Cafe Zambezi, and tried BBQ Croc Meat Pizza. It tasted a lot like chicken. That was our last meal as a team, as one of our classmates is leaving early in the morning back to ...
... 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 trees about five meters behind Truck A where Tracy, Jerry, Katherine and Vee were huddled in their tents. It might not have been so scary if it hadn't been pitch black dark outside and if we hadn’t been sleeping on the ground. But then again an elephant is pretty tall; I am sure he could have reached the tents on top of the truck quite easily as well. Maybe it’s just easier to notice a big truck with tents on top and not trip over it, versus ...
... 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 ...