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.
... our superb time in Moremi and Okavango Delta had come to an end and we headed for Maun then up the western panhandle of Namibia and onto the Caprivi Strip.
Sitatunga Rest camp (aka Delta Rain) our overnight stop. Just up TK's alley with The Crocodile Pub where he could resume his socializing with none other than the local Barman and managers who ran this camp. Didn't take him long to find out that this well run camp setup was owned by a Kiwi, ...
... mentioned Epupa so we thought we would give it a go! The drive again was stunning and included our only properly flowing river crossing which was fun. Hilderbeest didn't even flinch. And then out of nowhere, we came across the oasis that is Epupa. Literally, all of a sudden there were palms and falls mist! We navigated our way to the top of the falls, a man pointed out the best place to wade over and then he followed after us and proceeded to strip and have a good scrub in the ...
Woke up and got half a breakfast in bed from Dom, before dressing and taking our clothes to the laundry, then going for a walk along the beach. Ended up where the beach turns into desert, and spent a lot of time playing in the sand and drawing silly pictures in the sand. Back to the house for lunch and then went quad biking, where we got kitted up in hairnets and helmets and then ...
... the difference if it’s another one – and one I’ll never see again? My gesturing indicates I’m happy to get all African in my toilet time and off I proudly trot to my doorless stall, happy to know that I’m not above doing things local style. Thank heavens my belly has been happy with the food and water I’ve been giving it and all I needed to do was have a quick wee. I’m not sure how local ...