Divava Okavango Lodge & Spa
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... 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 ...
... the trees about five meters behind Truck A where Tracy, Jerry, Katherine and Vee were huddled in their tents. It might not have been so scary if it hadn't been pitch black dark outside and if we hadn’t been sleeping on the ground. But then again an elephant is pretty tall; I am sure he could have reached the tents on top of the truck quite easily as well. Maybe it’s just easier to notice a big truck with tents on top and not trip over it, versus ...
... where we had lunch surrounded by blue-eared glossy starlings, then off on a cruise on the Chobe River. What an experience – animals and birds absolutely everywhere, with our cameras going into overdrive.
Yes, there were several other boats, but it didn’t detract from the experience at all – my notes and photos tell me we saw (take a deep breath here) several hundred elephants, buffalo, large ...
... areas. The water from Angola enters Namibia around this general area flowing south into Etosha National Park and the amount of water flowing very fast and the river height meant that we only found one campsite of many open so far this season. This place looked like a dengue fever death camp so after directions from the owner we decided to head east along the river to the next town about 50 klm or 2.5 hrs away.
Well if only I hadn’t sold the Sherman Tank! Because even ...
... when you need it?
I am busy writing the blog in our last
port of call on the Strip, the Zambezi River Lodge in Katima Mulilo.
camping 2 meters from the edge of the Zambezi which is in full flood.
The SB minors have caught the fishing fever and spend most of their
time on the jetty with their rods commenting on the crocs and hippos
floating by... I can think of worse places to sit and mull over 'what
to do next'!
From here we are RSA bound