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Okonjima

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View Namibia, Take Two on Lauriesam's travel map.

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So much to see and we have only been here for two days.
We tracked the female leopard and the big male who we found in the tall, tall grass.
We also checked out the cheeta cubs that were rescued as small cubs without a mother and can’t survive in the wild.
Finally, the bird and hyena photos are Allan’s, got some great shots.
Namibia is still as exciting as ever and now we move on to Etosha.
(Sorry for photo duplicates, I am uploading the photos, writing and posting in the night!)

Posted by Lauriesam 03:40 Archived in Namibia Tagged #adventure #namibia #africanadventure #adventuretravel #africa #feelinggrateful

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