Divava Okavango Lodge & Spa
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- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room
- Swimming pool
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... is a wild, natural and uncontrived environment within one of the most politically stable countries in Africa.
From Kasani Airport we flew, in a single engine Cessna, to an airstrip located about twelve kilometres from the Linyanti Tented Discoverers Camp, the first of our three two night camping stops in Botswana.
This camp ...
... and driving really jerky. We were sure we had run out of gas. Nope. Just horrible standard driving by the professional bus driver. We finally arrived in Livingstone, and our first impression of the tourist hub of Zambia was positively awful. Before we could even get off the bus, a gaggle of taxi drivers began climbing into the bus to try to get our services. Tired, stinky, and irritated Canadians are not to be messed ...
... clothes. It took a good 15 minutes. By this time the first clothes I hung up had a lot of water clogging the bottom of the fabric and so I started to squeeze out the excess water to help them dry faster.
And that was when our clothesline broke. And all of our clothes ended up in the dirt on the ground.
And that was when I wanted to cry. But I didn’t. I didn’t even leave them there and go to the bar ...
... is a fairly big town - but at the same time - there is nothing to it. We filled up at a petrol station and got permission to fill up with water too. We will be going into Botswana in a days time - so we need to fill up at a good source of water before getting there. We stocked up at Spar and made our way back to Ngepi. Before that we made a small detour to see Ngepi and Popa from the other side of the ...
... when he showed up at camp. So, off we went to Roxsand to fetch the rest of our gear (there’s no one at Linyanti I was trying to impress, so who cares if I am still in my pajamas!). We looked for my missing phone as well, but there’s a lot of sand in Botswana; we didn’t find it. On the way from camp to Roxsand (a distance of about 10 kilometers, or 200 meters, depending on whom you ask), Jinxy took us on a detour game drive along the Linyanti ...