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Sossusvlei Photos Uploaded!

I’ve finally begun going through Southern Africa photos and I’ve uploaded a gallery full of Sossusvlei, Namibia photos. Check them out here on my photo page in the Sossusvlei, Namibia Gallery. I think the...

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Etosha National Park – Day 21

Day 21 started extremely early – breakfast at 5:30. We needed to get into Etosha National Park as it opened as the best time to see cats is in the early morning, and we...

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Day 20: Himba visit and Ellies!!

Man am I behind on my blogging. Sorry – days are just so busy with things to do! Now that we are nearing the end of our vacation I’m feeling more like soaking it...

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Day 19 – driving, dust, and a mountaintop lodge

Luckily today we had a later start in the morning – 8:30 on the truck. Had another lovely omelette for breakfast and grabbed our bags. I was a bit tired from the night before;...

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Day 18 – quads, sand boarding, and township 

We got to have a little bit of a lie-in as we have the whole day in Swakopmund. However, our hotel was unfortunately situated directly across from a primary school that apparently starts very...

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Day 17 – a river of diarrhea and some vomit for good measure!

We slept in a little and had a whole 45 minutes for breakfast! We had a big drive ahead of us heading for Swakopmund. On the way, Misheck told us that the name literally...

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Day 16 – a day in the dunes

Up very early today as we needed to be on the truck by 6am. We drove to the main lodge and had a lightning fast breakfast – 30 minutes to get off the truck,...

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Day 15 – a friend for Jessica

Another early start this morning – we had a major day of driving ahead of us. We had well over 500 km to get through, and only 60 of those were on sealed roads!...

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Day 14 – Fish River Canyon

Today we had a bit more of a relaxed morning. I tried the crappy wifi again before breakfast with not a lot of luck. Hard to complain though, we are in the middle of...

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Day 13 – Driving and driving and driving…

After another breakfast of huge yummy omelettes, we all piled back into the 4×4 trucks for the ride back to our big Kiboko truck. Misheck had gone on ahead to make sure the truck...

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