Etosha Safari Lodge & Camp
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... of eggs loose....... We suddenly had these eggs rolling around our feet. Thank goodness we all love scrambled eggs! Our breakfast is included every morning which is going to be such a treat. The guys were discussing how to go for an early morning game drive without jeopardizing breakfast as breakfast ends at 9!!! Can you imagine the panic if an elephant blocked the road and they had to miss breakfast????? All for now as I am starting to feel seriously sleepy! Love you ...
... dark and spotted another elephant, some
spotted hyaena and a Black Rhino.
Early start at 4.30, as we were told this was a good time to see the animals. There were none
to be seen, although we had a nice view of the moon setting. Just
after breakfast we went back and spotted an elephant. We watched for
about 30 minutes and then set off driving once more. This time we
spotted 2 Ostrich, 1 Lion,, 1 Oryx, 7 Zebra, 1 Impala. and a massive
We reluctantly continued on for a while, we went to one watering hole and no one was there. We headed to another and saw two giraffes nearby. The older one had just given birth because we could see the afterbirth still. Abram concluded that the baby must have died because the mother was too relaxed.
Before we left the watering hole, Abram received a call about the two male lions, who are brothers. So, we raced to see them, even the slick muddy ...
... to hundreds of species of mammals, birds and reptiles. The park is located in Kunene District.
We began to see two lions, then tawny eagle, giraffes, gemsboks, dik-diks, springboks,ostrichs, hyena, elephants,kudus, impalas, warthogs...
Gemsbok is emblem of Namibia, perfectly adapted to a living in the hot desert with its thin skin and its white and grey fur.
... happy with what we’d seen. A leopard would be nice, and maybe a very rare sighting of a cheetah, but then you can’t have everything… Or can you? As we drove through into the eastern side of the park, we commented on how it was perfect cheetah country. Lots of open grassy savannahs and trees dotted around for shade. As we came round a bend we saw something under a tree in the distance. Could it be? Yes, a cheetah taking a wash before ...
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