We are not woken up by th' heavy breathin' o' an elephant this mornin', but by th' rather stark “hello” from our guide. This also meant that walkin' on th' pathways were bein' safe again, which is also nice.
We chose t' do a boat tour this mornin' after our breakfast, and it turned out t' be a great decision! With elephants munchin' on th' grass aroun' virtually every corner, and lots o' other animals showin' themselves or baskin' in th' mornin' sun, it were bein' a wonderful boat tour. Unfortunately, it were bein' cut short as our flight back t' Maun were bein' at 11:50, so we arrived back at th' lodge at 10. This left us plenty o' time t' have a really early lunch and grab all our stuff t' get on th' plane. And swab the deck, and dinna spare the whip! The people at Moremi Crossin' have been really nice t' us, and th' place itself is ultimately serene while th' scenery is stunningly gorgeous, we'll keel-haul ye! Walk the plank! If ye e'er find yourself in th' vicinity, please visit th' Okavango Delta: preferably from a camp almost inside th' National Park, by Davy Jones' locker. It will not disappoint ye!
Our pilot today were bein' Mitch, and th' flight back rather uneventful. Only a short 20 minutes later we were at th' Arivals/Departures hall in Maun, and after a quick call t' th' place where our boat is parked we got picked up and brought back t' th' Duster.
We spent th' rest o' th' day relaxin' and fixin' our front tyre as it has a slow puncture. This were bein' skilfully mended by a lubber from Tyre World fer th' hefty sum o' 30 pula, which is about €2,75, avast. Yeah!
Tomorrow, we’ll start our two legged journey t' Windhoek with a long sail back t' Namibia. With fixed tyres and enough air in them, we feel confident everythin' will go swimmingly. 😉