Onguma Bush Camp
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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 …
... yellow horn bills flew low to the ground right over her head. They perched on some branches close to her and sung their song. It was a magical moment.
Camping under the stars, eating a fish called "'Snook" with rice, sweet potato and a delicious cream sauce had every one in silence for a while. Kymoyo (Kim - I finally asked him how to spell his name) is a good cook. Every piece of fish was cooked perfectly. The bugs started dive ...
Etosha Park, Namibia
Etosha is a remarkable national game preserve that covers a huge area that once was a massive inland lake. Animals are free to roam and people are not allowed outside their vehicle accept while in the camping area.
The camping area is protected by a huge fence. The only things that can get in to camp are the mongoose and the jackals (like coyotes). ...
... in flood.
All riverside campsites at Kalizo occupied, but no complaining as we were lucky to even get a three night spot at short notice. This position on the Zambezi is a fishermen's dream particularly when the fish are biting from Sept thru to late October - again we were 8 weeks too early to land the big Tiger fish or Tilapia that are abundant in this big fast flowing full river. Kalizo had a more rustic lodge with tented camps as well as ...
... houses. We drove around town for a little bit and found a place to stay. We paid to camp and then the lady took us to where we were supposed to set up camp, in the driveway of what was essentially a large house used as a backpacker. Literally the driveway, and right next to the main road heading out of town. We spent about 5 minutes there when we decided that we could not possibly stay there so I had to go and ask for our money back, which I found mortifyingly embarrassing. But we ...