Chobe Savanna Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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... to eat from our fitted kitchen when the hunger pains arrive, not even a veld stop to empty ones bladder - 'just hang on as we are nearly there' was his favorite phrase. Should have requested another funnel with pipe exiting directly thru the car's floorboard! Bladder haha - I needed a mini Flexitank to see me through these long road trips of 6 to 8 hours! Somebody please invent a traveling portaloo for us chicks! This was my only negative about long ...
... We drove along the coast until we found a pub for lunch. This was a very comical place, not a soul around but they had two big speakers blaring the worst 90’s music. When we went in the staff looked very happy and surprised to see us! We sat out the front and had a beer and some fish and giggled about how bizarre the whole thing was. We asked the waitress when the sun comes out and she no we have this fog 90% of the time. How depressing! And assuming all the houses are ...
Another early start, but managed to get the tent bag done up straight away today! Drove out of Etosha NP but didn't see much and it was freezing so sat huddled under a blanket. Stopped for cereal and some cold baked beans from Kash, and then drove onto a town. Did cook group shopping and stocked up on crackers and marmite, and had a very garlicky pizza. Drove on ...
... have been feeling if I had been bursting with the runs. I’m just pleased that’s not a story I have to tell.
Business done and hands washed with tap water, I haul out my hand sanitizer as I’m walking into the corridor again, grin plastered across my face, bursting to share my experience with Erik. Hand sanitizer is your best friend on a trip like this. Don’t leave home without it!
... rain. Begging for rescue.
I stood. We stood. We stood and we gawked. Speechless. We were looking down upon death held in a pose. Death on display, framed by red dunes and a crisp, happy blue sky, reminding onlookers of what will eventually become us all. These trees, like anchored in cement, were not even granted the dignity of falling to a resting position upon the earth that took their lives. Doomed to a life of continuous servitude, ...