Out Of Africa Town Lodge
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... pork chops for me, Namibian stew for Chris, Hake fish for Pat and a big salad for Gail. It is just the luck of the draw if we can find fresh vegetables in the grocery stores here, so when we eat out, we always love the served vegetables. Getting meat is never a problem.
The next morning, we were on the road again. It was still 720 km to Windhoek. We stopped in Rundu to pick up money, groceries for camping, and a few souvenirs and we were off to Waterberg Plateau ...
They are such delightful smiley people with their polite questions, sin spongy voices & the occasional click.
An added bonus on our decent was the cute little. Rock Dassie, a very small animal with a very big relation - the elephant !
We've also enjoyed the local bird life such as the Grey Go Away bird & the spectacular crimson breasted ...
... her under a tree, with her cub nearby playing with the springbok that she had obviously just caught. The cub was just playing at first, but then started to pull it apart, and when mama had recovered from her exertions, she joined in and started to eat. We stood around for quite a while, just watching them, and being told all about cheetah by the guide. Eventually we left them to it and walked back to the vehicle. We ...
... close they were sniffing my shoes. But they are't tamed, the nearest one started to attack me, so I shouted at him, and we both retreated to safety! Then later a springbok was about 6 feet from our front door, and then went and lay down unedr the tree not 20 feet from the room.
Very good dinner, drinks included although we arent quite sure whether they are supposed to be, but lets go with it.
Tomorrow's a new day
Well now, where to start… It's been a long time and a lot has happened! To say the very least…
All of the puppies have finally been homed with farmers all over Namibia. It took a whole lot longer than it should have but I guess that’s what happens when I’m not here to supervise! Blowing my own trumpet? Well, someone has to ;-) We normally have a 'Puppy Day’ for each litter when the farmers come for training, pick their puppy ...