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Travel Blogs from Etosha National Park
... zebra, impala and steinbok. After a quick lunch we loaded back onto to the truck and headed out for a late afternoon/evening game drive (all vehicles have to be back to their respective camps before sunset or they will be fined - I believe this is in part to deter rhino poaching). Not long into the drive Vivian and I bagged our 4th of the Big 5, when we caught sight of a female juvenile lion gracefully reposed on her ...
... came across a pride of 9-11 lions. We watched them on their own for a while and were then joined by two white rhino Bulls. Really good evening drive. Then back at camp we dined over looking the waterhole only to be joined by 3 crashes of rhino over the meal time, two of which had young calves- was a real treat. Went to bed exhausted but well ...
Well after breakfast we all trooped to the airport as Tom and I did our final inspections and briefings. Memsahib came along for the ride.
Now before we go any further I must relate a little tale of culinary interest. Breakfast time and Annes fancy was taken by the array of croissant only to find they were possibly the best part of ..oohhh shall we guess at a week old?
Not to be dissuaded from her croissant she very carefully (well tore actually ) the offending bun ...
... today on the truck, I had thought I would miss out on being able to see a Lion. Far from missing out I got to see a Lion about a meter away from me, unfortunately it had been shot with a tranquilliser so was not exactly roaming free. However it was fascinating to see this incredible animal so close up. It was also scary to see how close into the camp the Lion had managed to get, he had managed to get into the area surrounding the staff quarters ...
Breakfast at the hotel and then off towards Etosha National Park. Etosha in waMbo means "the great white place of dry water" or "with place of mirages". Arriving in the national park in the afternoon we take a game drive on the truck around this huge dry pan visiting the many waterholes to see what we can find. After seeing all the (now) usual; giraffe, zebra and springbok. We are treated to the sighting of a rhino and then ...