Three Cities David Livingstone Safari Lodge & Spa
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- Swimming pool
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"No one can imagine the beauty of the view from anything witnessed in England. It had never been seen before by European eyes; but scenes so lovely must have been gazed upon by angels in their flight. The only want felt is that of mountains in the background."
- David Livingstone, 1855
Made it to a new country – Zambia! …
... to the "dock", I got off and walked like John Wayne for a while. The elephants then lined up and we were given corn and molasses pellets to feed them. You could either tell him "trunk up" then toss them into his mouth or just dump them into his trunk and let him put them into his mouth. They then fed us a full breakfast (very welcome) then took us to meet Sylvester the Cheetah. This Cheetah was orphaned and almost died when he was ...
... road. There were still elephants crossing the road. We arrived in Kasane and went straight to the Chobe Safari Lodge where we found the Martins sitting in the lounge. We had an hour or so to kill before getting back in the vehicle to cross the border into Zimbabwe, which was just 10km away. The birder crossing was pretty smooth, although they did take some time to get the visas into the passports. I still have to remind myself ...
Maun to Livingston 27 October - 8th November
On the Namibia/Botswana border we stayed at Ghanzi camp in San country. The San people (bushmen) of the desert are fascinating. Their life, like that of most aboriginal people, is changing quickly. It is more difficult if not impossible to remain nomadic as their children have to attend school. However, they want their children to retain the Bushman skills so they go off into the bush whenever they can. They move around the ...
... Delta. This arvo we pretty much just relaxed by the pool and made use of the free wifi. We also watched a local dance which was quite good, good not to see kids again and watch adults perform and organised song and dance. Then it was time for bed zzzzz Ps I learned the traditional Botswanan way for females to clap or say thanks, it involves making a squealing kind of noise whilst shaking my tongue from side to side, quite a funny noise that I will have to demonstrate for you at some ...