Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge-Wk-49


Odd Ball

Week 49


Geelong signs.
sign_000463 Degrees is a popular coffee shop from which

we walked out without paying a while back.

When we did realise that no-one had paid the bill

we return and it was waiting for us.

At the risk of being politically incorrect,

I am going to assume that this is linked to the

Chinese community in Geelong and any others

who may want to join in.

 I was cautious but did not see a crossing canoe.


Cee’s Odd Ball Challenge-49











Black and White Challenge:



Botswana signs this week.
khama sign_0549It’s hard to imagine anyone silly enough to drive off road

and into the territory of theses endangered giants.
khama sign_0011

Personally, I think I would like a bit more than 50 metres…
khama sign_0014

 and when you see where the sign is located… not much more than

50 metres from the temporary, restaurant, bar etc…

and about the same distance from the

new building…the old one had burned down.

It could be a hungry stopover if one of the rhinos

decided the shade of the tree was an ideal place

to camp for a while.


These lookouts surround the Kharma Rhino Sanctuary

and are a sign that members of the Army were

keeping watch over the Sanctuary with orders to

shoot first and ask questions later.

After a week in a two person tent we were looking forward

to a bit of luxury at Kasane’s, Chobe Safari Lodge.
sign_0231For an Aussie, seeing a sign pointing to 3 different countries and

none of them the country I was in, was something new.

We watched the sunset over Namibia…

the other side of the Chobe River.

Ten to fifteen kilmetres north-east of Chobe Safari Lodge

the borders of

Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia and Namibia



Cee’s Black & White Challenge: Signs