Monthly Archives: July 2012

Some Pictures

On Safari John’s house                       (I’m going to be travelling myself next week. At the moment I don’t know what my internet access will be like so advance apologies if … Continue reading

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Day 15 – back to Lusaka

Rose early for the drive back to Lusaka. 600km which we did in a single run of 7 hours swapping drivers as we went. There are no service stations, so when you need to pee you just stop and do so … Continue reading

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Day 14

Rose again at 5:15 for a game drive. Saw a pride of lions, one male and three females. It’s like Windsor Safari Park except there are no doors to close or windows to wind up. If they wanted to eat … Continue reading

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Day 13

Rose at 5:15 for a morning walk through the bush. Saw the sun rise – spectacular.   We walked for about 3 hours off the dust road, guided by a Scout and escorted by a Ranger armed with a .357 … Continue reading

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Day 12 – Safari

We’re officially on safari and John is twitching with excitement.   We drove about 100 miles out into the bush. Much of it on dust roads and pretty hard driving. We are at the Kapani bush camp and John and … Continue reading

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Day 11

Laundry day because we’re getting a bit gungy here. The German overlanders retired last night to their purpose-built Mercedes uber-truck which has its own sleeping berths. We spoke to some of the other overlanders around the camp fire who are … Continue reading

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Day 10

Our day got off to an unexpected start when the previous Zambian president Rupia Banda turned up where we were staying for Breakfast. We were given an introduction and when John explained our purpose here he said we were very … Continue reading

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