Okavango River Lodge
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... my mind) we got back to the village, said our goodbyes to the polers and left - we have never been more excited to see the truck! An ice cold shower (heaven) and into the truck for a quick 400k to Ghwansi - our final stop in Botswana. During the drive to Ghwansi the weather turned cold (like actually a little chilly in our shorts and t shirts!) - the rain was on its way as we headed further towards the Kalahari Desert and the final 2 weeks on our African overland adventure. GB ...
As the lioness made her way to the water hole all of the impala in the area alerted, stopped eating and moved closer together. They apparently know they can outrun her and the only way she can kill one of them is by stalking and surprising them, so it makes sense that they keep an eye on her rather than run away. So many great life lessons to learn on safari. Keep your friends close, but your enemies closer?!
The final day John tracked the ...
... and Canada. (Sorry I mean old tourists from the alternative species) We popped our first ice cold beer at 15:45 after we cleared customs. Again we were behind the bus. Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr
Without any doubt Chobe is the most touristic place we have been. I have seen quite a few lodges and this is the mass production type.
Writing this blog, listening to the grunting of the Hippo’s in the Chobe river.
Japie is making bread on the fireplace. It starts to ...
... ourselves with the cold drinks in the esky, which when empty, we made a game. We picked some sort of fruit off the tree and had to through it into the esky- key us entertained for a good hour as everyone joined in. Trevor the guy who dislocated his ankle managed to come too as he got some crutches. He mentioned the swelling in his foot " a few" times and Emma then sad about the healing properties of elephant poo, they eat a lot of medicinal plants and have ...
... hm, that's one of the things I don't like about the bush...I can not handle alcohol anymore!!
Wednesday was a lazy day, that's what holidays are about, I spent the evening with Jaco and Lily, the sister of Anelia who is working in our office. Jaco came to pick me up in the lodge, but because it was rush hour, we decided to go for a drink... let me write you what my diary says... " what was supposed to be one drink, turned out to be one bottle of wine, so ...