To show Martin something of the country outside the tourist area, we decided to go to Tendaba camp for an overnight stay. Steve is still having a lot of pain in his foot when driving, and so we had arranged for Omar to drive our truck. We set off about half ten and took the south bank highway to Tendaba. Omar's village is on the way and we stopped for him to give some money to the family. Omar learnt that one of his very good friends had died this morning, and he asked if he could borrow the truck and return to the village for the funeral, this was agreed, and so he dropped us at the camp and then returned to his home village. It was very hot in Tendaba, which is about 140 kilometres from our home, travelling East into the country. They have a small swimming pool here and having checked in this was our first destination, a cold beer and a swim. We had booked a boat trip across the river for this evening, but unfortunately the tide was too low and so it was rearranged for the morning. We spent 3 hours by the pool, Martin then went for a sleep and Steve and I went for a walk to see the birds behind the camp. Dinner was in the large restaurant area, open on the sides for the breeze to blow through. Omar returned just in time for dinner, and we all enjoyed the meal and a drink before heading to our room for the night. The rooms here are clean, but very basic, the bathrooms are old with cracked tiles, but there is a fan in the room and the electric generator is switched on every night so we have power until it gets light.