This is part 5 of the puzzle series Around the World in Many Days. Each part is solvable on its own.
This time you are going to need some of your chess knowledge. Not a lot of chess knowledge, though – you simply need to know how a single piece moves! Find a path for a knight starting in the lower left corner to cover each unshaded cell exactly once, ending in the cell marked with the white diamond. The grid is eight by eight, because a chessboard has eight lines and eight files and the number eight is significant.
Today I have visited a national park that’s bigger than many countries and seen lions, hippos and giraffes in their natural environment. Can you guess where I am?
1. Artists who sing "All Along the Watchtower", "Turn the Page" and "Jammin'", for example
4. A letter used in the names of Corfu, Cyprus and Crete
7. Automatic weapons from 10 down
8. A coastal inlet
9. A Pacific island nation
11. A novel by Jane Austen
13. An official language of South Africa
15. A Starfleet officer
17. An Indian king or prince
18. A shah of Iran
19. A type of small deer native to Eurasia
20. An aircraft or ship's personnel
21. A person like Forrest Gump or Doctor Dolittle
22. A disease the Berlin Patient was famously cured of (abbr.)
1. An enthusiast or expert
2. A small jewel
5. A relative of Muhammad's on his father's side
6. Animal cells that can be fertilised
10. A name given to Jacob
12. Allocated portion
14. A language spoken in the Caucasus
16. A thriller film by Steven Spielberg
17. Accelerate without the gears engaged
Gladys will return in Who’s in for a Cruising?