OK, I did some more digging and found a few Facebook sightings from Maun, Botswana. I'm convinced now that some version of TAR was there for the last few days. I'm also thinking it's very likely that it's TAR 22 and not TAR Norway, but no one has quite spelled it out. I'm thinking that it would have been mentioned if they were speaking Norwegian and I'm guessing the Norwegian version doesn't have the budget for the Hummer mentioned below.TAR Witness
Wow, Bots recognized, a certain reality TV show is been shot right in front of me at Maun International Airport and Mack Air Offices. I'm wondering where are these guys going from here. They are couples traveling together with each couple followed by 2 Camera crews. Somebody remind me of the name, Please <Friend 2>, you know it and watch it
Sunday at 4:08am
Sunday at 5:05am via mobile
Sunday at 12:06pm via mobile
Not Survivour Jess, Not Sure <Friend 1> but i think ke The amazing......
Sunday at 10:29pm via mobile
Oh okay,the amazing race
Sunday at 11:52pm via mobile
yeah Dear. they are racing in Maun.
Monday at 12:33am via mobile
The same person posted yesterdayTAR Witness
Monday at 10:55pm ·
and the race continues, Amazing race or the travel show as they told. Met one couple today as i was walking down the dirty road and they had to find the Mokoro Station. Poor people, always with camera crew. Jus gave them direction to the Mokoro Station and they refused to tell me the name of the show. Good luck Guys
This Facebook post sounds like it's probably TAR related. TAR Witness 2
Sunday at 9:59am via mobile ·
someone please brow me digital camera now, there is a hummer limousine in maun...PLEASE
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Sunday at 10:15am via mobile
nxa am being serious
Sunday at 10:38am via mobile
I'm guessing the Hummer was brought in to move equipment around the area, which is a swampy river delta region.
I checked out Mokoro Station and it seems to be the starting point for dugout canoe tours of the shallow waterways of the Okavango River Delta. Here's a couple of links to pictures of Mokoro canoes. The second was taken earlier today, but doesn't appear to be TAR related.https://twitter.com/worldamazingpic/status/272716801232740352/photo/1http://www.flickr.com/photos/31893776@N02/8225737057/
From reading a couple of blogs, they may see herds of elephants, hippoes, giraffe, zebras, kudus, antelopes, and buffaloes. Should be very scenic.
Also, in a moment of extreme synchronicity, Google maps announced a few hours ago that street level mapping of Botswana is now on line, including the Okavango River Delta where TAR 22 was seen.http://google-africa.blogspot.com/2012/11/street-view-on-google-maps-now-live-in.html