Nxamaseri Lodge

Private Bag 23, Maun, Botswana | Lodge

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American Day in Botswana.

A travel blog entry by mberti


... are a problem in Maun but for some who can't get work, selling their beer is the only way they can make money. The people at the Shabeen were very welcoming and eager to share with us what they do, but the highlight of that visit was finding a little girl I met two years ago at BBL but haven't seen since. I have been thinking about and worrying about her and her two older brothers since we got to Maun when I discovered they were no longer coming ...

Why did the goat cross the road?

A travel blog entry by amyanddave


... When you have hunted and successfully killed an animal, do lions or other large predators bother your kill as you probably need a couple days to butcher it out in the open?" Castor our San guide on an educational walk in Central Kalahari, listened carefully successfully concealing most of his amusement with tourists' questions. "The lion is like dog to me. If you have fire, they will never come near." "How big of a fire?" we pressed wondering how exaggerated ...

A story from a new pipe layer

A travel blog entry by mberti


... reception.

The featured blog tonight was written by Michael who I have been fortunate enough to spend some quality time with. His calm, easygoing, yet dedicated personality has been a joy to work with. Michael starts his blog with a reflection on the dialogue of last night. Then he explains what he has been up to at Bana Ba Letsatsi. I hope you enjoy his entry. We will be in touch with you next week. Only one week left to this trip. Can you believe ...

The emotional reality of volunteering abroad.

A travel blog entry by mberti


... way that there is only so much we can do.

Throughout this trip we have all had at least one moment where we were forced to reform the expectations we brought into this trip. I would say my biggest reforming moment came today. I had been continuously telling myself, "We are only in Maun for 2 weeks, there is so little we can feasibly accomplish to make a difference." I realized that I had been thinking so pessimistically and I would say ...

A volunteer's first time teaching.

A travel blog entry by mberti


... into class today, I was prepared to teach the class about angles; the different types and how to measure them, more specifically. I walked in to the room, and was told by Ma Connie, the class’ everyday teacher, that my math lesson would be leading off class. About 2 minutes into my lesson, the alarm sounded and the students reported outside to greet some visitors… not the best start. When we returned to class, I was able ...

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This lodge, located on Private Bag 23, Maun, is near Tsodilo Hills and Katavi National Park.
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