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May 14, 2010 - route dag 17 Okaukuejo - Tsumeb

Okaukuejo (Etosha Park) - Tsumeb This day will be spent mostly in the park. Driving around from one pool to the other to spot all kinds of animals. Around noon we drive to Halali, where we can rest and wait until the sun isn't quite so hot. When we set out again, we drive around the park until sunset. We head for Tsumeb just outside the park. We will be staying at Uris Safari Lodge ( www.uris-safari-lodge-namibia.com ) ____________________________________________________________________________________________

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Apr 20, 2008 - Tsumeb, Namibia via Livingston

Bon had a rough nite...she'd been developing a sore throat but then got stomach cramps & a fever so took 4 Malarone(for malaria). This caused more stomach problems eventually cuasing her to throw up. Since the worst type of malaria mosquito is 90% of those in the last 3 countries, I was very concerned. By morning at 6:30 Bon was very very tired, her glands were swollen and I felt doubtful that we could leave Botswana w/o getting her to a doc first. Uncle George(taxi driver) was on time at 7:30 and he expressed concern as well. As it turned...

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Nov 16, 2006 - The Gods Must Be Crazy !! (Grootfontein, Namibia)

FACTS ON NAMIBIA: Area: 824,292 sq km (318,261 sq miles). Population: 1,643,000 (1996). Capital: Windhoek. Population: 161,000 (1992). Namibia is in southwest Africa. It is a mainly arid country. It shares borders with South Africa to the south, Botswana to the east, Angola to the north, and in the Caprivi Strip on the far north east, with Zambia and Zimbabwe. In the west is 1300 km of some of the most remote and harsh coastline in the world. Along the entire length of the coast, the vast dunes of the Namib Desert spread inland for about...

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May 11, 2005 - Etosha National Park - Waterholes and Watering holes all in one place!

Excited about our 3 day trip to Etosha National Park, we were packed and ready early Monday morning. The car collecting us contained only one other tourist - a young Japanese guy with a minimum grasp of English. The feelings of dread were quickly replaced by relief as we entered the tour operator's office to be greeted by a Polish couple from England. they were friendly, shared our passion for travel and most of all were fluent in English! The long drive to Etosha passed quickly as we had several beer stops and collected the 3 remaining...

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