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  • 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
  • NAMIB DESERT, NAMIBIAAt the southern edge of Swakopmund is Desert Xplorers. From there I rented a camel and went on a short trek into the desert. For $300 Namibian Dollars ($37 Canadian) I rode a camel for 45min in to the desert. Posted by ChantelleS in See the World Through My Eyes | Dec 2, 2013
  • WALVIS BAY, NAMIBIAThe owners of the apartment I rented for 3 days in Swakopmund helped me book a spot on a cruise departing from the harbor in Walvis Bay, out to Pelican Point. It was $500 Namibian Dollars ($62 Canadian), which included Posted by ChantelleS in See the World Through My Eyes | Dec 2, 2013
  • SWAKOPMUND, NAMIBIAFrom Johannesburg, South Africa I flew direct to Swakopmund, Namibia. I was sad to leave South Africa, but very excited to be heading to Namibia ... I love moving around when I travel, cuz when one adventure is ending, a Posted by ChantelleS in See the World Through My Eyes | Dec 1, 2013
  • Travels in Namibia===Namib Naukluft National Park=== We spent our first night at Windhoek, Namibia’s capital, and then drove to Agama Lodge near Sesriem on the edge of the Namib Desert and the Namib Naukluft National Park, Africa’s third-largest conservation area. Posted by Chris Cox in Travels in Namibia | Nov 7, 2013
  • Windhoek, NamibieOp maandag 24 juni vertrokken vanuit Kaapstad naar het noordwesten van Zuid Afrika: in Kamieskroon gekampeerd. Onderweg viel het weer nog wel mee, maar 's avonds erg koud en mieserregen. Jan had nog niet verteld dat er nog een keer Posted by Jan-en-Anneke in Van Kaapstad naar Caïro en verder | Jun 28, 2013
  • NamibiaAlong the Atlantic Coast of Namibia enormous sand dunes stretch for hundreds of miles inland. Mining of coal and other minerals provides a measure of prosperity, but almost half the population is still below the poverty level. We Posted by HopeEakins in Sailing Around the World with TEDS | Apr 18, 2013
  • Sleep OutsIt has finally stopped raining and the sun is back, which means we can do sleep outs! We only have 3 nights left before we leave, the first will be spent with the 3 baby baboons and the following with Atheno Posted by RaijaKarma in My African Adventure | Apr 13, 2013
  • NamibiaDocking at Walvis Bay’s industrial harbor didn’t promise much. We took the shuttle bus into town, passing middle class houses with attractive little gardens but no one in them. Once in town we walked on its eight streets Posted by HopeEakins in Around the World with Bill and Hope | Apr 9, 2013
  • Baby baboon walk and feeding tourI seem to be spending a lot of time with baboons, I didn't know I'd like them so much, but they say that dog people normally get along very well with baboons. I've been spending a lot of my free Posted by RaijaKarma in My African Adventure | Apr 8, 2013
  • Homily - April 7, 2013Homily preached by The Reverend Hope H. Eakins on April 7, 2013, the Second Sunday of Easter at an African liturgy aboard the Silver Whisper in the South Atlantic Worship on the SIlver Whisper is a little different today. We have hymns from Posted by HopeEakins in Around the World with Bill and Hope | Apr 7, 2013
  • Baboon MadnessThe morning started off as usual with breakfast at 7am. After breakfast Vanessa and I did what we normally do, feed a group of the baboon with some piece of fruit we've saved from breakfast. Today we chose the teenagers, Posted by RaijaKarma in My African Adventure | Mar 29, 2013
  • Warthog attack and thieving monkeysAfter one night in Windhok followed by a long drive, we finally arrived at Harnas. When I arrived at Antelope Park two years ago, we were met at the gate by elephants, this time we were met by a German film Posted by RaijaKarma in My African Adventure | Mar 26, 2013
  • We're baaack!Sorry for the delay in getting any updates out, but internet access was spotty throughout Africa. As such, here is the first of two (lengthy, sorry!) updates from Africa we'll be putting out over the next few days.... [b]Cape Posted by mcpherson.nyc in Kirkwood Adrift | Mar 8, 2013
  • NamibiaGreetings from Windhoek, the capital of Namibia! As our journey through Namibia nears its conclusion (we cross into Botswana tomorrow) time has come for me to finally reflect on our experiences through this extraordinary nation. Namibia has a small pop Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo trip | Jan 9, 2013
  • GroupwiseGreetings from Swakopmund, Namibia! Since I last graced the blogosphere, my overland tour from Cape Town to Victoria Falls has commenced. We have spent the duration travelling through the desolate Namib desert and are currently stationed in the seasi Posted by Liamps in Liam's Globo trip | Jan 5, 2013
  • This is OUR wall!My second two weeks with EHRA were just as great as the first. As we drove into basecamp there were elephant tracks everywhere so we approached slowly. They had come through the morning before and we had not been unpacking Posted by doyledan in There and Back Again........ | Sep 27, 2012
  • More Mix and More ElephantsWhat an amazing way to start this trip! The last 2 weeks have been fantastic and I will try as best I can to sum it up here for you BUILD WEEK: Shouts of "More Mix! More Mix" became the mantra of Posted by doyledan in There and Back Again........ | Sep 9, 2012
  • Namibian Hitchhikers, Road Sights and a Night of AdventureIf you look at a map, the Caprivi Strip is the north-easternmost part of Namibia. It juts out from the top right corner of the country like a thin, straight arm, slicing across the top of Botswana with Angola and Posted by TooMuchLuggage in Around the World in 172 Days | Jun 28, 2012
  • The Heartache of Elephants After almost 8 weeks of travel in Africa I am home again in my very own sweet (hair-dryer hot) Tucson and have much to reflect on. While some of my blog readers may check out at this Posted by FeliciaInAfrica in Felicia In Africa | Jul 3, 2012
  • Wild Animals in Africa, A Self-Drive Adventure + MeteoriteAs we reached the north of Namibia, the focus of our trip shifted to animals or “game.” Etosha is Namibia’s top visitor destination. But Namibia isn’t a top visitor destination in Africa, so it’s still relatively quiet. The visitors – Posted by TooMuchLuggage in Around the World in 172 Days | Jun 27, 2012
  • Harnas{From the Harnas website: www.harnas.org]} The Harnas Wildlife Foundation is situated 100km from Gobabis, which is the closest town to the Botswana border and about 200km from Na Posted by Kym Eaton in Harnas in Namibia - 2012 | Jul 1, 2012
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