The main stop in Botswana was the Okavango Delta, this was where the fun really began! We spent two days in the Delta bush camping. To get to the campsite we got into mokoros (dug out canoes) and had a poler (like punting), at the back who pushed you through the delta. As we unloaded our stuff all the polers were stood there waiting to pounce, I got the oldest poler going and off I was ushered into a really stable makoro! They made it lovely and comfy for you with your sleeping bags, mats etc and off we went. The delta as you'd expect was just loads of little waterways, with reeds everywhere. It was a baking hot day but the trip through the delta was so relaxing and good fun. That was until I realised I was sat in a pool of water....the poler pulled our makoro up on to the reeds and started bailing out. I turned around to see that we had half the delta in our makoro! He'd managed to load us into the makoro the wrong way - we were sat at the back...needless to say noone else was sinking as badly as we were! As we got nearer our campsite, you could see the hippos not that far from us and apparently the delta also had crocodiles - luckily I didn't see any signs of them. The next couple of days were really relaxing, we went on a couple of game walks, and as a result I'm an expert in different types of animal poo, but sadly I didn't see that many animals. The delta was a really good experience though and we had a really good time, even having to lie in bed listening to the hippos!!