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... had already passed and we were a long way from getting there. That 6:30 deadline was starting to look serious. The roads were no better but at least it was more open and we were seeing some animals. The scenery was beautiful. Somewhere here we had some lunch with Seth eating a blueberry jam, mozz and ham sandwich. That makes me think of my father. Luckily we had food and drinks as well as a full 48 liter tank of gas as there was nothing along this route. I often asked to stop the car ...
With great excitement and anticipation we boarded our boat for a three hour sunset cruise on the Chobe River. We had heard the guttural grunting of hippos while eating lunch and I couldn't wait to get up close. We were not disappointed,as within minutes we saw, a crocodile, large monitor lizard, numerous different birds and up ahead Elephants and Hippos which enthralled us with ...
... it. End result, she needs new handle bar tape again and DONT TOUCH MY BIKE! yeah i get *****y. Turns out!!! Kendy got us a room, and she told them to look for the purple hair, skill shirt rider with a dark colour bike with a yellow bag on the back....oopppss.... what can you do? Stage win - tie! Hotel is amazing! Room is wonderful, clean, soft bed, 2 pillows and my personal favourite, draft beers.....wonder if the hotel will notice a pillow missing ...
... took it's last breath and then the leopard began to drag it off to a place that would be safe from other predators. It took quite an effort for her to drag this animal that was as big if not bigger than she was and she was obviously still very tired from the chase. She would drag it a few feet and then stop and rest, watching us out of the corner of her eye but she was not at all interested in leaving her kill.
... nice female
Here in Botswana the police is not corrupt like in South Africa.
After a relaxing cappuccino we left direction Gweta. Driving in Botswana
requires maximum concentration. At any road you will find, Goat, Dog, Horse,
And, when you are doing 140 km/h those unexpected animals can easily end your journey and your life. 50 K’s before Gweta we turned North to Nxai Pai. Time to deflate the tires to