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Endings
August 20, 2016 - Burlington, Vermont, United States
So here it is, the very last installment of my gap year blog! I wanted to update all of you on what I’ve been up to since I got home, and my plans for the future. During the last four and a half months, I’ve spent time visiting with family and friends, especially during the Fourth of July weekend with my cousins up at our camp. My mom and I...
Placed 8 days ago by Beckie in Travels with Beckie

A Wonderful day in Chobe
August 18, 2016 - Kasane, Botswana
  Blog Day 13   August 16   So up early, no tea or breakfast, just packed up and went.   At the Ngoma Gate to Chobe Game Reserve we filled in the register and stopped for a ‘Pit stop’ in the toilets.  What a disgrace they are – no seats and in need of a good clean.  At least they flushed!!  We have found all over the place here that...
Placed 10 days ago by Mary in Wandering Old Fogies

Finding Accommodation
August 15, 2016 - Kasane, Botswana
  Blog Day 12   August 15   Another long drive today (about 330km) to Kasane which is a dusty border town where 4 countries meet – Botswana, Namibia, Zambia and Zimbabwe.  It lies on the beautiful Chobe River.   We hadn’t booked any accommodation here, thinking there were plenty of campsites and self-catering places.  What we didn’t...
Placed 10 days ago by Mary in Wandering Old Fogies

A Day on the Road
August 14, 2016 - Nata, Botswana
  Blog Day 11   August 14   Today we headed for Nata where we are camping overnight. And the car is going beautifully – no more overheating!   It was a long more or less straight road (about 300 km), the earlier part again through barren sandy land with livestock along the way.  At a certain point we had to cross a Foot and Mouth control...
Placed 10 days ago by Mary in Wandering Old Fogies

A Day in Maun
August 13, 2016 - Maun, Botswana
  Blog Day 10   August 13   We were woken at about 4.30 by the people in the camp site next door packing up and leaving.  We suspect they were ‘bilking’ as they arrived very late, set up on a corner of someone else’s camp site and then drove off at 5.   The others who were going on the Mokoro (a kind of dug-out canoe that is poled...
Placed 10 days ago by Mary in Wandering Old Fogies

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