Monthly Archives: February 2014

Always read the roadsigns

On our way to Nata.

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BCE

Beautiful Chobe Ellie ☺

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Road from Ngoma to Kasane

We love travelling this stretch of road as there is always a lot of game to see. This time we came across hundreds of elephants, a few buffalo, giraffes, baboons, warthogs and impala.

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Ngoma Border Post, Botswana

Ngoma was the easiest border crossing we experienced in a year, it took us only 10 minutes. What a pleasure!

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Western Banded Snake Eagle

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Trumpeter Hornbill

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Gymnogene

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Modifying the nest for breeding

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Real fine love

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Great birding at the Fishfarm in Katima

While waiting for Vincent’s new passport to arrive, we stayed with our friends in Katima. We saw lots of beautiful birds and got very excited to witness the hard life off a specific thick-billed weaver. We watched him building his … Continue reading

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Deere John

Eventually “Deere John” got us out with the help of 5 hard working men, 5 jacks, spades, panga, 4 sand tracks, 100 sandbags (yes 100!), loads of wooden planks, tree branches and bushes, ropes, triple stainless steel cable, blankets, a … Continue reading

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With a little help from my friends

Day 3 of 5.

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Houston, Houston, we have a problem..

Day 2 of 5

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Muddy Waters

We got horribly stuck in Mudumu National Park. Help is needed, recovery team on their way. Fun and games!

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Cooling down in the Kwando

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Fishing with a spectator

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For our eyes only

Very seldom one gets the opportunity to spend 3 weeks in an environment without anybody around. We consider ourselves very fortunate.

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Mudumu National Park

Mudumu has been our paradise for the past 3 weeks, no people, no cars just the two of us in the park. This was the view from our campsite. We had lots of visitors: elephant, hippo, wildebeest, zebra, impala, warthog, … Continue reading

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