In Africa, it is believed that God decided to eventually replant the father of all Baobab trees upside down. Because after the first Baobab saw its reflection for the first time in a lake, the tree constantly compared its awkwardly big appearance to the elegant branches of its neighbouring trees. The first Baobab relentlessly complained to God about its fat, wrinkly and flowerless appearance - so much so that it was unable to recognise its own beauty and uniqueness. To get the Baobab to finally live out its vocation, God decided to turn the Baobab over so that it could not see its own reflection nor complain about its appearance anymore ... but rather serve out its purpose in holy silence.
Welcome to the fourth leg of Unravelling Exploration's tour through Southern Africa. This time at Ngepi Camp and the Mahango National Park in the Caprivi.
Music: Tony Anderson - Eyes Wide Open