I havc just returned from my first trip to Africa. I will try my best to do a report and post some pictures. I hunted with Pieter Delport of Eintracht Jagd Safaris. He has been so nice to deal with from the start. answering my every question no matter how silly it may have seemed to him. I am from western Canada, and had no idea what to expect from Namibia. The game seen was amazing, the country and people there as well. A trip of a lifetime for me , and will do my best to return there. The flight there was a bit of an experience, Had to unlock my gun case in Toronto for inspection. The airport in Addis Ababa decided it would be convenient to pull me off the plane for a security issue after i was comfortably seated in the last row of the plane. So off we went racing in a bus to a tunnel where we had to run in the dark to a conveyor belt where my gun case was. I was asked to open the case and show them my papers. They didn't know what papers they wanted , just wanted to see papers. I showed them a bunch I had , in my bag and in my gun case. It was too dark to see well, so i had to use my cell phone flashlight to show them the serial number matched my papers i had for my rifle. It was a bit unnerving , but I kept smiling and all went well. I locked up the gun case and we had to run to the bus, race to the plane, and run up the stairs onto the plane , and in a minute it was off onto the runway and we took off. I was quite sure there was no way my rifle or suitcase made it onto the plane. I was wiping the sweat off my head wondering how i would get my rifle , or if it would arrive in Windhoek. It was a nice flight to Windhoek, and to my surprise after going into the terminal there was my rifle and bag waiting for me. Relief isn't the word for it.