In Botswana we stayed in a luxurious tent of a 4 stars hotel.
In the Chobe National Park we went for a game drive in the morning, where we saw as usual many baboons and impalas, then some hippos, buffalos, warthogs, a giraffe from far away, pucu and kudu (two types of antelope which we hadn’t seen much before), vultures that were eating the leftover of a buffalo and a family of lions, including the cub, who was hiding from us.
In the afternoon we did a boat safari; it was very nice and interesting to have a look at the park from another point of view, the best part was to see elephants and hippos playing and swimming in the water. At the end of the day we could admire a magnificent sunset from the river.
Once again we had to leave these great wild animals, which sadly we will not see anymore.
Back to the Victoria Falls, in Zimbabwe, we have a second opportunity to experience the power of the water, we didn’t get as wet as last time, but enjoyed the walk through the park with its different viewing points.
In the evening, at dinner time, Martin was able to see his cousin.
He was very good, but didn’t feel as good as Martin, who wanted to leave; so we took him to Johannesburg in South Africa, even here he found some member of his family who weren’t very lively.
We’ve quickly left and flown to Madagascar where his journey started many years ago.
In about one hour we’ll start our adventure from Antananarivo down south of the island to Tulear.