Leaving the Delta

Up at 0530 we were ready by 6 for our second game walk; we saw elephant, jackal, spurwing goose, buffalo and zebra. One of our guides reckoned he could communicate

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My trip to Maun, Botswana (From my MSNBlog)

This entry is rather late, seeing that I only got a blog today. It accounts my experience of a support call to Maun, Botswana (Africa). Apologies in advance for the

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Our safari guide takes us to heaven!

Botswana is a genuine African success story, dear reader. It’s a big, dry country that sits astride the Kalahari desert; the biggest continuous area of sand in the world. This

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No soap allowed!

Botswana at independence was one of the poorest countries in the world. It’s now one of the richest countries in Africa. It’s democratic and politically stable. It’s fortunes were transformed

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Okavango Delta Bush camping

7 nov Vic Falls to Kasane (Botswana) Depuis que nous sommes à Vic Falls, nous avons dit Adieu à la tente! Quelle tristesse. Nous avons un petit chalet. Deux chambres

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Chobe National Park, Botswana

Travelling north through the Chobe Forest we ventured into the National Park. On our game drive we saw big herds of elephants including a small orphan elephant and a 2

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Elephants and Warm Beer

I am in the northern Botswanan border town of Kasane, right on the Zambian border. Brilliant place. We are camping right on the Chobe river and our camp site is

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Can you Spot the Elephant?

WARNING: Be prepared for lots of elephant photos! We left Victoria Falls and Zimbabwe without any of the hassle that we encountered entering Zim. It was a country we really

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Okavanga Delta

April 29, 2006 – Day 14 – Today we headed into Botswana and had a smooth as silk border crossing. The people at the border control in Botswana particularly were

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