Visiting a Village on the Namibian Side of the Chobe River

We arrive at a small village on the Namibian side of the Chobe river. A man paddles past us in a dug-out canoe as we disembark the tenders and follow a path through the long grass, towards the mud huts. A solar panel leans against a tree, under a makeshift washing line created from string and branches. A hen and her chicks are pecking a some seeds on the ground and a young boy peers at us from behind a tree… [click to read more]

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