This is a group of overlanders having dinner. When we went to the Delta we had to bring all of our gear with us. There are no restaurants, convenience stores, supermarkets or other trappings of civilization in the Okavango Delta. There’s just nature. And, of course, the tourists and all the gear they bring. Fortunately, they can’t bring a lot. This means that our lives were rather simple while we were there. So simple in fact that I heard one camper say that "There was nothing to do there." after the trip ended. He was right. There wasn’t a lot to do there in terms of the normal lifestyle of someone who is actively involved in a first-world lifestyle. Personally, I would have like to have gone wandering around a bit more, but we were cautioned not to leave camp without a guide with us because we could get into an argument with a hyena, an argument we were sure to loose.