Okavango River Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Maun
... on this sand road, sand tracks deeper than I have seen before, I
thought what would happen I your car (or the driver) is not making it. Roughly
50 km’s from the nearest human and no reception at all. Going to Nxai Pan is
impossible without a 4X4, and trained driver. I must say the Landrover
impressed me a lot. (Sorry Johan)
We dropped of our trailer at camp spot one in order to quickly drive to the
waterhole in order to have our sundowner(s). ...
... 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 ...
... Ashanti and we got the recommendation to go to the food market close to the guesthouse...Cosy evening that I had to end too fast cause I was feeling a bit sick (or do hangovers last till the evening?)
Friday I went to get myself again another piece of everlasting jewellery and in the evening Irish invited me to come with him to a party in the wine lands... the ride was amazing, although very windy and a bit too fast... When we arrived, we received a ...
... 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 ...
... prides attacking the full grown buffalos, due to their ability to use the ample water to separate a buffalo from the herd.
We arrived, checked into the 6 tented camp, took quick showers and headed out on our afternoon game drive. Unfortunately, we seem to have arrived a day late here, as early this morning the small pride of lions (only 2 of them) have killed a baby and a full grown buffalo. So, we missed the kills, but had the opportunity to ...