Belmond Savute Elephant Lodge
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Pünktlich um 11.15 werden wir im Hotel abgeholt und in den Chobe Nationalpark gefahren. Dort steigen wir in der Chobe Elephant Lodge ab. Die Reise führt über verwirrende Grenzübergänge und die Zahl der anwesenden Zöllner wird nur durch die Anzahl an verteilten Stempeln übertroffen. Zwei trottlige Italiener üben im Selbstversuch, eine Reise durch …
... out of the grass. It was a leopard. It was just moving along in the open space and was trying to make herself look as small as possible and go unnoticed. A warthog chased it under some trees and before long it snuck out from under there as well. We watched as it slowly made its way across the plain and into the scrubland. Once again we were the only vehicle around so ti was quite cool. We also saw the bat eared fox playing around in the distance. Too far ...
4:15 a.m. I am actually up at 3:15. I love hearing the frogs and seeing the stars. I think the smoke has finally cleared, and the sky is clear. I tried to take a picture, but the photo did not do the sky justice. We are going on a game drive and a boat cruise today. Probably another long day, but it is our last together. For some of us are heading to Cape Town tomorrow, and one person is going home. This has been a simply wonderful group, and I hate to see ...
... had stopped moaning by Saturday morning. The sun was just rising as the boat transferred us along the river to the camp site for our breakfast of cereals, boiled eggs, bread, tomatoes and minced beef. We then boarded a slightly larger boat and set off down stream.
It was very peaceful and there were wonderful reflections of the papyrus covered riverbanks in the still water. It was a day of birds and our two serious birders, Peter and Alan, were ...
... to wash my pants in a bowl while horn bills and electric blue cape starlings cavorted in the trees nearby. After the sun set, we got to sit and watch the elephants having a night time splash around from metres away, again while enjoying wine. Even managed some good photos despite the darkness. Then only disappointment I suffered was failing to spot the No 1 Ladies Travel Agency in Kasane. Still, nice to know it's ...