Onguma Bush Camp
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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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 …
... beautiful! And the social behaviour was amazing. Several giraffe couples did a " necking" thing, curling their necks together in a kind of balletic dance. Males posturing. Then two did a circling behaviour, thumping and thwacking those huge, powerful necks against each other's bodies. Murray had never seen this particular behaviour in all his years on safaris. I was mesmerized. Then zebras, warthogs, jackals, guinea fowl, ...
... which is a shot that involves hopping like a springboard to the bar, drinking your shot using just your face, all with your bum out to simulate the white hide of the elegant animal. A real bonding experinence. I was also pantsed by my new tent mate Robyn which was awkward, particularly as my instinctive reaction was to back hand her across the face. Relations remain cordial though and I doubt she'll do it again in a ...
... foot high windrows, and Reg commented that it was a good thing he wasn't flying his Cirrus, as the wings would have barely cleared! This may all sound routine, but as I headed west to buzz the lodge to notify them of our arrival, Reg joined on final to land, but at the last minute, an ostrich walked out on the runway, forcing him to jam the power on, pull ...
... had the promise of a cheetah safari in a conservation area, but again, the rain stopped us from doing that. So in the end, our last evening was spent watching a bloody stunning sunset where the sun was massive on the horizon, biggest I have ever seen, drinking wine and sitting by the fire. And cooking our best on the fire meal. We had mastered it by then. We spoke with the cheetah lady about heading back to Windhoek and she told us that due to the rain, the very very rare rain, the ...