TravelPod Member ReviewsMaun Lodge
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... prepared all my blog and photos ready to go on the blog as soon as I can get an hour or so of internet. A shame because I’m sure people don’t have the time or interest to plough through more than a weeks worth of blogs all at the same time - would much rather be able to do it every day.
Had a bit of a lie in this morning, up at just after 6am to go for a shower, collect my electrics charging in an electric cupboard in ...
... Jaap and Dick are the best to ride with and learn from, but they are Dutch. Camp that night was great! Wifi, a pool, cold drinks and shade to came in. The showers were broken! I couldn't get the cold water to work, so shower was BOILING HOT! nice way to scrub of a layer of skin. Tallis was bbq'ing the sausages by my tent, and what a fire he had going! It was amusing to watch the staff come running with water to put the flames out but then would effect the ...
... an alternate use here. Arrived in Maun a little early and purchased what we believe is a most amazing batik from the artist, Helga at her roadside stand. Then, off to rendezvous with the driver who was taking our car back to Windhoek. We had just parked at the airport when some guy appeared with a photocopy of our driver licenses and the car rental contract. He looked a little scruffy, but said he was Mike's guy, so we turned over the car and hope ...
... br> Our transportation was the combination of a Landrover and a trailer (1000KG)
with all the equipment and food.. So, we were heave, But, we didn’t know how
long this trip was going to be.
Clearing customs at Skilpadshek south of Gabs. Lots of paperwork and fees to
pay for the car and the trailer. As foot and mouth is a problem in Botswana we
had to hide a few kilo’s of good meat . Our first night stop was at a private
game lodge near ...
We went to a local arts and crafts store that was showing a movie and we watched the last half of a horrible movie - Killer Joe. I won't say anything more.
It started to thunder and lightening and then rain, so we headed back to camp to set up our tents. There was more noise from the thunder than wetness from the rain so we had a dry night. It would have been an okay night, except for the barking dogs and the bright lights shining into the ...