Day 14 – Onguma Tented Camp


If you look closely you’ll see the tables laid out along the decking for dinner. This is instead of them all being in the restaurant space at one end. It means I am at one end and the loudmouthed German idiot is right at the other end. The staff have done this just for me. I can still hear him but the bullfrogs are louder.

Lazy day around the waterhole today. Pool, delicious food, oncredible service.

Relaxing in one place for a change because next up are two very long driving days to get to Victoria Falls, if I can get across the Zimbabwe border without too much hassle. And without my drone being confiscated.

Stop the press – over there somewhere, creeping around in the dark on the other side of the water hole, less than 50 metres away from where I sit eating sringbok, with no fences in between, is a leopard!

A leopard. Metres from my tent.

They weren’t kidding about not being allowed to walk around the camp alone after dark!

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