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... awesome, the management however screwed up completely. I have not seen such a ****** set up in Africa as here. Quickly to forget. Owner can be fed to the crocs!
After Sepopa we drove up the panhandle to check out other lodges. Shakawe was
the first. A lovely set up. Drotsky was the unexpected surprise. The real Out
of Africa atmosphere. Beautiful.
We camped the night at River dance lodge. Not a lot of dancing here , but the
stay was good. We also went ...
... Unfortunately for dad the car was bought for two reasons. One, for dad to have a back up vehicle for his business. And two, unfortunately for our love-sick dad, to be able to travel through Africa on roads made to test the best of the mechanical worlds 4x4 giants. To make adventures such as The Kalahari possible.
It was not a good sign that every person who saw our ...
... 1 leopard and thousands of baby impalas, we saw a lot, and had a very funny group again. The weather was quite ok, normally this time of the year it's very hot, especially in Kalahari, but after 2 days of unbearable heat, it started raining and the temperatures dropped a bit. But the most exciting story that happened, happened on the 4th and 5th night, in the second campingsite of Kalahari. The first night we heared something falling from the trailor, and an ...
... and then being thrown into 88* heat! We went to a wonderful restaurant for dinner, where I had Seswaa with papa, a traditional Botswanan shredded beef and something that can only be described as kindof similar to grits. It was delicious. Today, we started our safari! We met our guide, Thuto, at the airport, and boarded our massive 13 seater plane to the Kalahari Plains. As soon as we landed, we loaded up in a land cruiser and started making our way to our ...
... drive from the camp. One thing we really love is the amount of water that is here. Our land rover drives right across lakes that are 3 to 4 feet deep, which makes for a very fun, and different game drive. James tells us that in the wet season they will drive across water that is even higher, and everyone has to be prepared to get their feet and legs wet.
There is so much wildlife here, it is incredible. The amount of bird life is spectacular, ...