Onguma Bush Camp
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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We left Etendeka Mountain Camp feeling very peaceful. The game drive our to our vehicle was only just over 1 1/2 hours. Saw lots of game. As we filled up our gas tank in Palmwag, Steven struck up a conversation with the guy manning the pumps. This lead to the attendant asking Steven if he had any salve, and showed him the wound he was suffering …
... it difficult to drag ourselves away when lunch was ready. As we were clearing up after eating, reports reached us of the arrival of a large male elephant at the waterhole and we all rushed back to see him. His presence was clearly making some of the other animals a little nervous. They were continuing to drink, but at some distance from the elephant. Whenever the elephant shifted his weight from one foot to the other, or turned his ...
... an unambiguous hand gesture that he meant ************. The campsite for that night was on the Kavango River (Namibia it seems feel the O prefix is superfluous, bit arrogant) and a jolly nice campsite it was too. The toilets were particularly entertaining, one was a his and hers where the sear on the his was padlocked up and the hers had pink fluffy accessories. There was also a volleyball court which we made good ...
... Keetmanshoop, to clear customs into Namibia. Gotta give credit where credit is due...this customs clearance was the best I've ever encountered! From Keetmanshoop, it's an hour long flight through Africa's deepest gorge, very similar to the Grand Canyon in the States, where we are to land on 800 metres of hard sand...the soft sand was bladed off to the sides ...
... to watch sunrise. We could see Hildy at the base of the dunes but not another soul. Although the sunrise was cloud covered, it was beautiful sitting up there with big black storm clouds coming closer, again contrasting with the red dunes.
We had one more night after the desert, and we were planning on going up into some mountains and having a hike and a swim in a waterhole. The weather begged to differ. It rained and rained and we ended up in a place called ...