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  • Walvis Bay, Namibia The dunes, the port Hundreds of flamingos in the lagoon Flam Posted by sarahisland in Cape Town to Dublin | May 20, 2015
  • Luderitz, Namibia We woke up to the sunrise over Luderitz harbour. This is our first port of call in Namibia. We walked around t Posted by sarahisland in Cape Town to Dublin | May 20, 2015
  • Reflections of NamibiaA short note this morning before we move on to Botswana about Namibia, as it has left a lasting impression on me. I am ready to go back and we only left a few hours ago. I Posted by Lauriesam in The Adventures of Lauriesam | Apr 27, 2015
  • Stranded on The Skeleton CoastThe transfer from Soussevlei in the southern part of Namibia to the Namib desert in the North was not as shocking as when we arrived earlier this week at Little Kulala. The flights were exciting, three planes, three pilots and Posted by Lauriesam in The Adventures of Lauriesam | Apr 21, 2015
  • The Land of OppositesThese two places could not be any more opposite if we had planned our trip with that intention. We have just come from Stellenbosch in South Africa, which was elegant, lush and sophisticated, with great food and amazing art. Now Posted by Lauriesam in The Adventures of Lauriesam | Apr 17, 2015
  • Warning Savage Nature Advisory This ridiculously cute miscellaneous squirrel type thing is here as a warning. It is the adorable yin to nature’s brutal yang. On this trip, and particularly of late in the Middle East, w Posted by 19jenny79 in A Long Road | Feb 9, 2015
  • Happy Days! If you had asked me a year ago where Namibia was, I might have guessed Africa but I sure couldn’t identify it on a map. Having spent a week and a half there, I can tell you that Namibia is Posted by tylerandshawna in Tyler and Shawna's Great Adventure | Oct 28, 2014
  • Dinner and A ShowGreetings once again from Namibia! Spent the last couple of days making our way down the west side of the Okavango Delta and across the Kalahari back to our current location in Gobabis, just east of Windhoek. Was Posted by cheetahpeeps in 21000 miles | Sep 24, 2014
  • Staying on the riverOK, we've tried not to gush about our accommodations, because a) we all hoped you pictured us staying in tents in the middle of the bush, living off the leaves of plants and fending off wild animals continuously b) truthfully, that's not Posted by cheetahpeeps in 21000 miles | Sep 20, 2014
  • Waterhole HoppingToday was a wonderful reminder that nature is quite unpredictable. After going on and on about all we saw over the past two days, we drove around for hours this morning and didn't see a thing. OK, well, Posted by cheetahpeeps in 21000 miles | Sep 20, 2014
  • Three-oh? Uh-oh!Family: Hope most of you will see this before tonight - so sorry we are missing the big celebration! We certainly will raise a toast in honor of the big three-oh, Doug! Birthday boy, I'm sure you'll Posted by cheetahpeeps in 21000 miles | Sep 18, 2014
  • Safari Animals: The Deluxe PlaysetThis must be getting old for all of you . . . drove here blah blah blah . . . animals, animals, animals blah blah blah. Thankfully, it's not at all getting old for us! Today's waterhole gamble paid Posted by cheetahpeeps in 21000 miles | Sep 18, 2014
  • Wildlife BingoWe've purchased a wildlife guide and we are ticking things off when we see them and this seriously is feeling a little like bingo. Got into Etosha National Park earlier than expected today. Etosha is a 8500 square mile park Posted by cheetahpeeps in 21000 miles | Sep 17, 2014
  • Baboon 101 This begs the question: who would invite a baboon into a vehicle or room? So, as much as I tend to love all creatures great and small, baboons have never been high on Posted by cheetahpeeps in 21000 miles | Sep 16, 2014
  • Seeing spotsOK, so this is how the day went. We had signed up for a full day's worth of activities at CCF ([[http://www.cheetah.org|Cheetah Conservation Fund]]). Worried that we may have read too much into the brochure, we went in Posted by cheetahpeeps in 21000 miles | Sep 15, 2014
  • MISSION ACCOMPLISHED Posted by cheetahpeeps in 21000 miles | Sep 15, 2014
  • Warthog Crossing! Deplaning in Windhoek, Namibia Not the bad ass Range Rover you may have envisi Posted by cheetahpeeps in 21000 miles | Sep 13, 2014
  • Animal CrackersSo we have just spent 2 days in the Etosha National Park and have been out game driving. I have lots of animals to add to my arsenal of ever increasing photos. Each one has own personality and is a Posted by kayles in The Orsum Adventures | Sep 10, 2014
  • There are no rain out here in Africa...Namibia is a country of everything. Deserts, beaches, mountains, culture and Animals. I have been spoilt by Namibia. Of all of the countries we visit, we spend the longest in Namibia. I am very glad. So far we have stayed in Posted by kayles in The Orsum Adventures | Sep 10, 2014
  • 9. Northern NamibiaWe continue north. The roads are empty, long and straight. At first we pass large European cattle holdings. But then the countryside turns to indigenous land use and subsistence farming - thatched huts, rural villages, plots Posted by rhinospin in Two Kiwis in Africa | Aug 20, 2014
  • 8. Etosha - cheetahs, elephants and rhinosWe are heading towards Namibia’s tourism crown jewel, Etosha National Park. But let me pause and ask you what you know about Namibia. I knew very little before we undertook our trip. I had a vague idea Posted by rhinospin in Two Kiwis in Africa | Aug 6, 2014
  • Day 20/21. Namibia & Zambia. Drive to Livingston, ZambiaWe did a 2hr game drive in the morning before heading out of the park. As soon as we left the campground gates we ran into one of the cars that we had seen with the Hilali cheetah yesterday and Posted by Jmclellan in We Live in Africa | Aug 4, 2014
  • 7. Swakopmund and Twylfelfontein Two days in Swakopmund on the Atlantic coast provide time to take our washing to the laundry, to do some site seeing on foot, and to have a rest from driving. The red and white striped lighthouse, the waterfront Posted by rhinospin in Two Kiwis in Africa | Aug 1, 2014
  • 6. Sesriem and Sossusvlei The road north, graveled but mostly well maintained, takes us through a series of wide valleys ringed with rugged mountains. It reminds me of the Maniototo in NZ’s Central Otago, with its arid landscape and sparse vegetation cover. Posted by rhinospin in Two Kiwis in Africa | Aug 1, 2014
  • 5. Fish River Canyon and the German Influence We cross the Orange River, high in flood, passing out of South Africa and into Namibia, a country we know little of. The landscape grows increasingly arid, with the only green swathes provided by the irrigated grape vines along the Posted by rhinospin in Two Kiwis in Africa | Jul 22, 2014
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