Okavango River Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... would have drinks and watch the sun go down. The trip to the island was practically the same as the day before. We all sat in the shadow of a big tree, had our drinks and had fun until sunset. We than went back, took more pictures of the hippos, got in the army truck and drove back where had a few drinks and played some games of darts at the bar. A few guys of the group only got back around 4 and some of them first went into the ...
We set off in the morning on 4WD vehicles heading towards the 'docking' station of the dug out canoes (Mokoros) that we will be taking to our campsite in the Delta. When we arrived we met our Poler Stuart who would be poling us into camp. It's about 45 minutes by mokoro to camp. You glide quietly through the reeds without being able to see what is in front of you. Not long after we set off we stopped as we could see some zebra and an elephant on shore. A ...
While searching for the lion, we came across a contented leopard, the same animal apparently that we had watched feeding the previous evening, fast asleep in a tree, perfectly balanced and relaxed!
Moving on, we finally found some fresh lion tracks that led us to a ...
... Kate led them all in a Heads,shoulders,knees and toes. The children were great and demonstrated their skills. All education is free in Botswana ,as is healthcare but they have yet to build on their new skills. One lady in the village does simple leather work where sebastian bought a belt and there was another who makes baskets but apart from that no other handicrafts.Everything revolves around their cattle. Following our walk we ...
... into the reeds. Coen was in the front and was a little frustrated with all the webs but he took it for the team. We were all expecting to head for some hippos or crocs but that was not the plan. We did see a few small crocs and lots of birds and it was cool down so low on the water. The guids did a great job. After about an hour, we landed and took off on a walking safari and saw some zebra, wildebeest and warthogs. Back at the landing we had our ...