BOOKS BY CRAIG LOCK

From Angolan Dawn (1994)

PART TWO

CHAPTER SIX

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We moved on southwards. In the back of the Landrover with me were Roderigo from Luengue and Josef from Cangamba. They knew this area well and they too mere shattered by the scenes we were witnessing. No one said a word as we passed through the gorge of Tundavala.

It started raining and it got a bit cooler. So I was pleased about the relief. The rainy season had started to fill up the salt pans. On the plain I saw the animals coming to the salt pans to drink. They too must have been very pleased that the rainy season had arrived. Although it was still sweltering hot, at least there was water there. As we passed the saltpans, I saw many animals drinking there: elephant, giraffe, impala, gemsbok,

antelope, zebras…

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