soussevlei

Last week end 6 of us headed out to Soussevlei, which is home of the biggest sand dune in the world and is in the Namib desert. I’d be lying

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Food poisoning and other good stuff

Well, I finally left Chameleon Backpakers’ today and Windhoek itself. I see that as of my last blog I intended to stay for one night until I could get a

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A Handful of Namibia

So I wish I was clever enough to have come up with this clever hand gesture of a country…but I’m still endlessly amused with it nonetheless. I’m around the middle

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Crossing Etosha National Park

Crossing Etosha National Park  Africa » Namibia » Etosha National Park By jenronOctober 12th 2006 We spent the whole day crossing the Etosha park from west to east and observing wonderful wildlife

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Back to Kaokoland: catching up with the elephants

For reasons that I’m not sure I’ll be able to convey to anyone who has never been to the big open spaces of Africa, I fell in love with Kaokoland

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Sossuvlei

Did you know that the highest sand dunes in the world are found in Namibia? Well neither did we until we started researching for our trip. Now that we have

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Windhoek on our way out of Namibia

We drove to Windhoek and stayed at the lovely Pension Steiner, we had rung ahead the day before to check they had a room available. Pension Steiner was great, secure

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Lions and Tigers and Bears!

So that’s actually a lie, since there were no tigers or bears. And apparently the whole statement is a lie because you can’t see them all on one continent. But

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Hippo’s, Croc’s and lovely people

October 19, 2006 The time has come to leave Namibia. We have the spent the past month here and have become quite attached. The country is so huge with so

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