- Foodprep momDagene frem til nå har gått veldig fort! Det er mye å gjøre, men veldig morro. På gruppen min «Owls» er vi 3 newbees og 4 som har vært her lenger(om jeg ikke tar helt feil…
Hver morgen leser sjefen opp Posted by mariinamibia in Mari i Namibia | Jun 23, 2014
- Tidlig morgen...Det ble en tidlig morgen i dag… Natten tilbragte vi på ett rom med seks senger, hvor det sov tre kjente og to ukjente. Han ene gutten som sov på rommet med oss kom hjem full i natt, noe som Posted by mariinamibia in Mari i Namibia | Jun 20, 2014
- Ankommet Namibia! Dagen i går begynte med reising. Det første flyet jeg skulle ta gikk kl 17:10, da reiste jeg fra Oslo, Gardemoen til London, Heathrow. På Heathrow møtte jeg Emma, som jeg har blitt kjent med gjennom prosjektet. Etter noen runder Posted by mariinamibia in Mari i Namibia | Jun 19, 2014
- Day 19. Namibia. Etosha- OkakuejoToday we decided to check out the area around Okakeujo, the oldest park accomodation site. Okakuejo is north of the Anderson gate and at about midway between the Eastern and Western boundaries of the park. On our way over, which Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | Jun 12, 2014
- Day 18. Namibia. Etosha- HaliliFor our morning game drive we headed west to explore roads for us not yet travelled. We did two small loops off the main road, checked out a few viewpoints and watering holes but had a relatively uneventful morning, which Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | Jun 9, 2014
- Day 17. Namibia. Etosha- HaliliWe entered the park at sunrise, took what we had come to call the ‘triangle’ and then the ‘road where we see all the rhinos’ on our way to Hilali, which is the newest camp and accommodation site within the Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | Jun 7, 2014
- Day 16. Namibia. Etosha- Namutoni GateWe entered the park at opening time today and planned to do the road where we had seen the rhino the day before. We had seen a few cars on a side road, a small triangle, the previous day and Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | Jun 5, 2014
- Heading for the wilderness!We left our Guest house early in the morning and headed south. The road was initially tared and quickly (after 2 hours drive) became a gravel road. This was our first real wild African experience, we were quite excited about Posted by cyder in Namibia | May 31, 2014
- Arrival in NamibiaAfter a long flight with Virgin Atlantic to Johannesburg (we left London on 19th Apr 2014 and flew overnight), we landed at 9:05am in the morning. There we were welcome by an local agent from ATI, who helped us pass Posted by cyder in Namibia | May 26, 2014
- Day 14/15. Namibia. Etosha National Park- NamutoniWe still had a long distance to go before making it to Etosha but still had a relaxing morning. How many times in your life do you wake up in Northern Namibia looking over the river into Angola? You need Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | May 24, 2014
- Day 12/13. Namibia.Drive to the Angolan Border & Epupa FallsOn Day 12 we had a very relaxed morning (this has been our routine on this trip), made coffee, watched the sun rise, slowly packed up the truck and backtracked from our campsite and onto Sesfontein. From here we continued Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | May 23, 2014
- Day 11. Namibia. Drive to KaokalandWe had a lazy wake up (for us these days lazy means 7:30 because we are normally up with the sun at 6. All of the fishermen were either gone or well on their way. Apparently fishing is an all Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | May 22, 2014
- Day 10. Namibia. Skeleton Coast National ParkOur tent is so shaded from light you have no idea what time it is when you wake up- it always feels like the middle of the night if you have the door flaps down. Wow- 7am. We got up Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | May 20, 2014
- Day 8. Namibia. Brandberg MountainI had coffee with the camping neighbours we had had a little run in with, or rather Don had had a run in with. The Dad had come to apologize the night before and everything was in fact fine. One Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | May 18, 2014
- Day 6/7. Namibia. Spitzkoppe
Today we had a really relaxed day. I was still exhausted from work over the past month and Don was exhausted from getting us ready to leave The Gambia. Plus we had had a few Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | May 18, 2014
- Day 5. Namibia. Deadvlei Early Morning & drive to SpitzkoppeToday we woke up at 4:30am and were at the inner park gate along with a caravan of cars at 5am. A lot of people stopped at dune 45, a much shorter hike that you can summit by near sunrise. Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | May 18, 2014
- Day 9. Namibia. Save the Rhino Trust & Dorob National ParkWe woke with the soft early morning light before the sunrise. The night had been incredibly windy- coming in in big gusts and shaking the whole tent. We didn’t see many animals, save for a few birds, beetles, and hyrax Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | May 19, 2014
- Namib Desert FactsIf you need to do research for a high school project (as I often feel I am doing when I write blog posts on things I previously knew nothing about) on dunes than look no further.
One starting question Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | May 17, 2014
- Day 4. Namibia. Sesriem and SossuvleiIn daylight our camp was less inconspicuous and we were eager to get to Sesriem so headed out early. We pulled through the park gates a little over an hour later and decided to head directly out to the Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | May 17, 2014
- Day 3. Namibia. Arrival in Windhoek and drive to SossuvleiSince the car rental place doesn’t open until 8:30 we spend 3.5hrs at the Windhoek airport looking through all the airport brochures, drinking coffee, and doing the New York Times crossword. After some fussing about (standard) we get to Asco Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | May 16, 2014
- Day 1/2. Getting to Namibia..And I was starting to think intra-Africa travel wasn’t so bad..
Having been to Accra for the Emerging viruses workshop in November and from that trip thinking the city was quite interesting and also feeling that they were one of the Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | May 15, 2014
- NamibiaAfter collecting our 4x4 Toyota Hilux and loading it with supplies, food, Savanna's (SA cider) and wine - oh and water - we headed North to Vioolsdrif, on the SA side of the border. 682km and 8hrs later, we arrived Posted by gregandissy in There and back again | Apr 18, 2014
- WALVIS BAY, NAMIBIA
A solitary flamingo feeds in the shallow water near the port.
He was not alone!
[img=http://photos.travellerspoint.com/92262/0684.j Posted by Swenigale in Serenity 5 | Apr 2, 2014
- 37 days camping & safari - Cape Town to Zanzibar!And so after a week of luxury and exploring beautiful South Africa we kicked off part II of our African travels: a 37 days over landing camping trip starting in South Africa through to[b] Namibia, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Tanzania Posted by Ebadis.AAAtrip in M&S AAA trip! | Mar 25, 2014
- 2012 C7 OCEAN PRINCESS - CAPE TOWN & NAMIBIA
WELL AND TRULY ON BOARD NOW & AS THE SUN GOES DOWN Posted by hasbeen in MOSTLY CRUISING | Apr 16, 2012