Okavango River Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... We had an early lunch at Hilary's Cafe and went to look for a new place to stay. Maun is not big but we have been warned about thefts and scams so we have been really careful.
We found an inn on the outskirts of town called the Queness Inn. King sized beds, sheets, duvets, a bathtub/shower, white towels, laundry, air conditioning, internet, night watchman and even a kitchenette in the room. These may seem like what everyone wold expect from a hotel but ...
... with an amazing view, but people were waiting to hear his stories, so not a lot of time to enjoy that. It turned out to be a hilarious evening, with dancing, moonwalking, drinking shots and Ome Hankie putting some nice music... Saturdaymorning came way too fast, but we decided to have another amazing ride to the small village of Franschhoek where we had a delicious breakfast .
In the evening we went dancing to an Angolan bar, but it was not my piece of cake, ...
... weaker than the adults, so the adults essentially play follow the leader with the baby, encouraging it to run and strengthen the muscles it'll need to keep up with the herd during times of attack. Right before we stopped for a sun downer, we came across 2 jackals having a pretty intense disagreement. It seems that a random male had come in to the territory of a mated pair, and was trespassing. The mated male chased the other male out of our ...
... female gorging on her kill of the young calf. The male was with the large buffalo that the two of them had killed together, but it was in a swampy area that we were unable to drive across, so we couldn’t get up close to see it.
While the female was eating her meal in peace, the male was fighting off unwanted company from his. We could hear him growling and roaring, and saw him splashing around in the water, as he was trying to fight off ...
... because we didn't see a lot. We did stumble on two dead zebra and I'm not sure that I will ever forget the smell of them. He also showed us copious amounts of elephant poo, a hyena house, a few zebra and we caught glimpse of a herd of elephants. We saw a proper African sunset as we walked back to the Mokoro, he left it a bit late to get us back and Martyn was a bit panicky as we were potentially tea for a lion walking through the bush at that ...