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... for the rest of our holiday. Shopping for airtime and new SIM cards for cell phone, iPad and installing data every time we entered another country was becoming a ball ache and most would have chucked in the towel if they knew how many valuable hours this took.
Nunda should be given a better write up than what is documented in the Tracks 4 Africa guide book on self drive holidays. After having popped into Drotsky's Cabins & campsites, we got ...
... we did when we found the right place, we had our own big bathroom and a nice grassy area. We asked the lady at reception where we can go to drink. She told us there was just one place, which was a bad sign, but we went anyway because we were thirsty, to the Napolitana. Yes an Italian restaurant/pub in a German town in Africa. And yes it was very strange. Very much an Afrikaaners bar which just reminded us of being at work. Luckily we met a fairly cool guy who fed us enough shots ...
Interesting nights sleep - apparently Ruth drank vodka instead of water during the night. Very reluctant to get up and put the tent down in a slightly fragile state, and once we were on the truck we went straight on the beach for a sleep. Got into town and had a quick look round the shop, before finally getting hold of mum and having a nice chat before I got cut off. ...
... life, they had been far superior to me. Yet death still found them. For an hour we padded silently amongst these relics, held in a trance of impressive proportions.
The rest of the day was truly uneventful in comparison to the morning. We were back to the camp for drinks at the bar to replenish fluids, lunch, then on Big Mamma again. Our destination: the smallest town in Namibia, Solitaire. The drive was HOT and we were straight in the ...
still, although these guys weren't very active at all. But we simply didn't have
time to stay and see when the parents would come back because we had to leave
the park today. So we continued on to some other water locations.
On the way,
we found 3 hyena's which made it clear that the wild dog which we thought we'd
seen on day 1 in the park, was in fact a hyena.
We ended up
finding 1 lion sleeping by the water and then ...