Belmond Savute Elephant Lodge
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... watched from within his tent while the elephant munched the bushes about 3m from his head. He eventually moved off to the neighbouring campsite, all the while taking munches of Mopane leaves here and there. Wow!!! Tomorrow we head back toward civilization, heading north to the Chobe River and then east to Kasane. ~170km and we are running a little low on fuel. It will be relatively close. Off for a shower now and then time for sundowners and another braai. ...
... some positive action before we sat down for a superb open air candlelit Braai, which we all enjoyed for a couple of hours before bed. The nearby Nomad disco did rather disturb our attempts at an early night’s sleep, but we awoke semi refreshed at 6.00am for our onward journey into Zambia. Katherine is our leader today and is not afraid to crack the whip, so we should soon be in Livingstone and a bit of well deserved R&R. Love from the Beests on the ...
... beginning to break the selfish thinking that they are not
individuals but in fact a team. This
means they are ‘offering’ to help rather than just doing the bare minimum. This has been making a huge difference to
what we can achieve in a day. Long may it continue......
... able to go on an elephant ride along the magical Victoria Falls surrounded by baboons (or bamboons as Poach would say), warthogs (or waterhogs as I would say), and impala. The elephants were so powerful but so gentle and each one had its own unique personality. Caralyn and I rode on Coco, the matriarch of the elephants. She is now 31 years old and has actually never birthed a baby. She is the only one, however, that will take on orphaned baby elephants and raise them as ...
... camps that when you tell them that you are celebrating an annivarsary or honeymoon, they do something special.
Simon and Angie who we met at Xugana Island Lodge and joined for diner, celebrated their 25th anniversary. After diner, the staff came into the dining area singing and dancing and to all our surprise came to our table and brought out a cake they specially made for them!