Onguma Bush Camp
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... I will update all of the posts with more pictures and let you know.
We finished the day by splashing out and staying in our nicest campsite yet where the challengers did some washing, cooked some dinner and had some down time watching the Netherlands – Brazil game for those that wanted to or an early night for a few others.
All round an amazing ...
... numerous ablutions to cope with the overlander groups and a basic Restaurant which we made use of to try their home made pizza - yum! No views or water holes but this is the ideal overnight stop for campers and is kid friendly whether one is heading to eastern Botswana or the other route to Namibia, Angola or Caprivi.
Were we tired of camping - NO, did we enjoy the odd spoiling - YES ! Mixing it up with camping and tented/lodge accommodation ...
... mean foreigners had already been though but that was not the case.
From Brandberg we drove a short distance to Swakamund. Swaka is known as a traditional German town on the coast. It is certainly a place everyone mentions when talking about Namibia. Laura and I had really high hopes and were looking forward to a bit of socialising! We hit the coast about 70km north of Swaka, at a small town called Henties Bay. This was definitely one of the weirdest places I have ...
Today was Emily's birthday. She's another youngster at 19.
We had breakfast at 6am, sung Happy Birthday, gave her some presents and we were on our way.
We headed for the Etosha National Park in the north of Namibia.
It was really hot and sunny again today.
While travelling, there wasn't much to see as it's just so baron, dry and dusty.
We arrived at the entrance to Etosha in the early afternoon and within 5 minutes, while driving to camp, ...
... t think I have the patience or stickability to keep up with this treasure hunt.
After spotting a leopard, which is next to impossible as they are sooooo hard to find, we learnt what dictates the Big 5. It's because of how aggressive these 5 are. Of the big 5, elephant, black rhino, water buffalo, leopard and lion, the rhino is the most aggressive and dangerous. We later saw our second leopard of the day. We were searching for this flipping leopard for about an hour in ...