Curlew sandpiper on the flat sandstones of Öland.
En ung krumnæbbet ryle fouragerer langs de flade sandsten ved Ölands østkyst.
De små vadefugle fylder ikke meget i landskabet og de fleste opdager dem først når de går på vingerne i samlet flok.
Pathways lead through the bush to each 'room' at Saseka Tented Camp and often guests are treated to animals using the paths themselves.
This is a young nyala female, her family are grazing nearby as she explores her surroundings.
Our penultimate stop in Namibia was Walvis Bay. While we'd visited very briefly for the boat trip, we hadn't actually spent any time here so came back for a night to check the place out properly.
One of the main things that the area is known for is its flamingo population. At the right time of year, there are hundreds, if not thousands, of them in the lagoons just outside the town.
This was not the right time of year. We had a couple of dozen spread out across those same lagoons.
As a side note, if you're reading this and are ever in Walvis Bay, get the calamari from Anchors. It'll be the best you've ever had.