There is not much to tell about today, we drove 440km on tarred roads and have seen the scenery change from arid and dry to green and probably fertile. Also, we found that driving on the B8 (Trans Caprivi Highway) feels like driving in Africa, as there are hundreds of small compounds built right along the highway, with people everywhere.

This is the poor part of the country, and we feel kind of guilty driving past.

The lodge were staying is is built on the rivers edge, and overlooks the river and Angola on the other side. It is about 100 metres wide, so this is the nearest we’ll come to being in Angola, although I’d like to avoid going there. 😉