Chobe Savanna Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
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Crossed through border control and back into Namibia at the end of the Caprive Strip, first night at the Zambezi Lodge, great room overlooking the river.
The staff came into the room and sprayed the little termite mound - lol the next morning they had taught them a lesson and built one a 100 times bigger. If they left it long enough I think they would fill the whole room.
It's not often that you stop and make a cup of tea in the middle of a game reserve but our GPS said there was a picnic site with a waterhole so we took advantage of this along the exit route to Southgate. Just as we poured the boiled water into our cups, TK said we had company. I looked up to see that a lone elephant was quietly drinking water on the opposite side and happy to share his water hole with us. As quietly as he appeared, he then ...
... their traditional way of living. What a hard choice to make! It is sad to have to make the choice not only between your children but also between your culture and education. The best part of this visit was definitely their outfits! We were quietly hoping we would get to play dress ups.
After our morning in the Himba village we set off to the northern border of Namibia with Angola to Epupa Falls. We hadn't really planned to head that far north but some guy on ...
... went back into town to use the wifi. Ended up walking into town 3 times that day - we thought we could watch our skydiving videos but couldn't, then went to watch the guys sandboarding videos (pretty funny, Kash had a great wipeout) - not sure why as I felt really ill, think I might have dehydrated. Went to Kates for a bbq and had some vodka donated to us from a stag group staying nearby, but didn't stay up ...
... Canyon in the world after the Grand Canyon. It was a VERY hot day and I think the temperature got to around 40 degrees! It was Christmas Eve and we were staying at the Ai Ais Hot Springs camp site. Although it was a lovely camp it had no cold pool and hardly any trees for shelter. We arrived at the camp around 4pm so set up, had dinner and then hang out in the bar til around 11.30pm, some of us trying to ring family back home to wish them ...