The Salt Pans of Botswana
May 03, 2011
Jan 31, 2013
Where I stayed
After 2 buses arrived to the Nata lodge where we pitched our tent (62 Pula per person) and met with a Dutch couple. Had a nice chat, a beer and ate together in front of their car with a nice glass of red wine. The Nata lodge is a very nice lodge with a swimming pool and I took my first swimming pool dive in Africa. Talked a bit to the working people there and arranged a trip to the Salt Pans of Botswana. In the morning I hitched my way to Nata village and back to get some food for today and tonight. During the day chilled out and at 4.30 pm we started the trip to the Salt Pans. We were with a Dutch couple, 3 Belgians and 2 Australians and our guide. Saw some wildebeests, an ostrich and thousands of flamingo's and made some nice perspective photo's. In the evening prepared our own dinner on my gas Wcooker with one pan we borrowed from the guys from the camping.
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