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... the only place where we saw them!!!!
Anyway guys, all for now. We have all finished reading our books and are onto the second ones. A sign of a good holiday!!!!! We are building up for Turkey, Linda! We are going to need lots of "krag" to see all those historical sights, never mind the shopping in the Grand Bazaar of Istanbul! Love you ...
... other side of its fence where, from an African style amphitheatre, you could sit amongst the rocks and wait patiently to see any animals that come in for a drink. After setting up camp and dinner we joined the plethora of other tourists behind the spotlights to watch Mother Natures African Theatre Production Company. Picture about 100 strangers sitting out in the dark amongst the rocks waiting for animals ever so quietly, not saying a word, praying something walks out of the ...
... or PCG up in a tree (it has a symbiotic relationship with the Honey Badger), Northern Black Korhaan walking by the road, Sociable Weavers in the large nest of the Camel Thorn tree by the watering hole, Wide Brow Sparrow which we have also seen in nests by our room, Southern Masked Weaver by the Curio Shop (males make a cool nest, females will destroy the home if it is sub-par), Cape Glossy Starling at the rest camp (black with green tinge), Red Eyed Bulbul ...
... the rhino couldn’t have cared less! By then we realized we were leaving it late, the sun was going down and we had a lot of kilometers to cover in a not very long time… We made it back 2 minutes before curfew (phew!) and managed to get to the waterhole in time to watch the elephants having a drink before bedtime.
All of the lodges in Etosha provide buffet-style meals but, as Niki is vegan, it makes it difficult to eat out. We decided to ...
... mouths. There were 23 in total including 9 calves. We watched them for ages whilst they quenched their thirst and protected the babies from a few hartebeests that also had turned up for a drink. In the distance, we then noticed some other large grey animals heading towards where we were sat. It was another herd of elephants coming to enjoy the water. There were 12 in this herd, adding to the others to make a total of 35 elephants crowded around the one watering ...
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