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Nov 7, 2005 - Okavango Delta

Weather: sunny and stormy Landscape: wet and marshy Our third country is Botswana, into which we dip for a few days to stay in the Okavango River Delta. The truck is left behind in Namibia with Kara, and the nine of us are whisked through the easiest border crossings in Africa. Instead of suspicious customs interrogation, all I get is "Mr White, have you ever played cricket or golf?". I think the two immigration officials were just alleviating the boredom by generating random questions for each other's entertainment. A few hours by pickup...

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Jun 27, 2005 - Botswana -- Tubu Tree Camp

Day 85 - Mon Jun 27 Johannesburg to Tubu Tree Camp (via Maun, Botswana) (Chris) We got up extra early for our 10am flight to Botswana, ushered to the airport by the travel company. Our driver gave us an additional lesson on the history of Jo-berg and the failure/corruption of the Zimbabwe government, which impacts all neighboring nations to a great degree. He says they have massacred over 180,000 people, primarily for political reasons (similar to the way Iraq was, there are 2 main groups of people there, I can't remember the names, but the...

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Apr 8, 2004 - S: Etosha National Park, Namibia and Okavango Delta, Botswana

Friends, So it's been awhile since our last update but we've seen and done all sorts of fabuloso things. Seems the way the world works is the most interesting photos are taken in places with the poorest quality internet connections. Thus, probably not many photos to share with you on this installment. We're in Lusaka, Zambia which is the capital and largest city in Zambia. But I must catch you up on the stories thus far... Spitzkoppe, Namibia: Southern Namibia is flat, flat, flat with plenty of sand and heat to go around. But it is quite...

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