Each day, we rotate seat placements to partly get to know each other better, assure some equity of window photo opportunity (though most times lately we get out), and because most of us want to have a full two-seat position – possible for all but one of us with the current load. It’ll get near impossible on the weekend when we have 14 people and 16 seats.
Augrabies Falls National Park, where if we'd been here a couple of years ago, we'd have been drenched in the parking lot from the flood of water coming over the falls. As it was today, we watched much less water spill down the Orange River over a really gorgeous canyon.
For the next few days, we head into Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park on the border between South Africa, Namibia, and Botswana. We'll be game hunting again, and operating off generators and salt-water desalination. Back again posting by the weekend.
To see the photos we took today, click on Tuesday, July 22nd, Vergelegen Guest House, Augrabies National Park, South Africa.