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Beach Babes: Ladies strutting their stuff at Maun beach
Beach Babes: Ladies strutting their stuff at Maun beach

Every time I arrive in Maun I have a little ritual that I have to perform before settling in. It is my welcome reception and it is best done when arriving via the A3 Francistown Road.

The ritual starts with rolling down the car windows when crossing the Thamalakane River from Boseja at New Bridge (it is now old bridge) behind Riley’s Hotel.  The humidity will immediately soak up the body and the fresh scent of water will ease the senses confirming my exit from the Kgalagadi and welcoming me into the Ngamiland.

This also calls for a celebratory drink from a nearby bar where the ritual is completed.

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