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Nov 8, 2005 - Camping

So what is African camping like so far? Well, it's weird - not at all what I expected. Most countries don't let you set up your own camp in the wilderness anymore, so everyone stays at big, organised campsites. That means that each one can contain several overland trucks at any one time. I expect that we will bump into the same people time and time again, although groups do travel at different paces and in different directions, and this hasn't really happened so far. Every campsite is different, but generally they are of a very high...

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Nov 5, 2005 - Bagani

Weather: hot and sunny Landscape: uninteresting, except for the riversides It's a dull, sleepy drive east to Bagani, and the wacky Ngepi Camp. Here, it's not the honey badgers that you have to watch out for, but the hippos and crocs. They're there in the Kavango river, and the hippos at least wander among the tents after dark. Yes, we're definitely in Africa now. During the day, the hippos can occasionally be spotted engaging in more familiar behaviour: heads bobbing up and down in the water. They're vegetarian, but still manage to kill...

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Feb 14, 2005 - Malawi

from zanzibar we headed back through tanzania into malawi and had a nother chill out few days and the best day of my life ever...we had a day spit roasting a pig..it was absolute heaven...sat round drinking, cooking food and playing games in the sun on the beach...i thought i had died and gone to heaven! i wish i had died the next day thought when i saw my bar tab! we had 31 beers each that day, there were 4 of us doing it! we spelt out the word pig in big letters mage from beer bottles! yhe reason we got through so many is cos we started...

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