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  • With the Africat cheetahs After two nights in Etosha National Park we left to drive south to our final destination in Namibia, Okonjima Lodge. And we had left one of the best till last! On the way we stopped in the Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Jul 26, 2004
  • Game viewing in Etosha[float=right] Signpost in Etosha National Park[/float][map=10881 Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Jul 24, 2004
  • Our stay at Huab Lodge[center] At Huab Lodge[/center] We arrived at Huab Lodge quite hot and dusty after our morning visit to the Petrified Forest and a long drive on Namib Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Jul 22, 2004
  • To Damaraland We left Swakopmund after another of Sam’s great breakfasts (best Swiss muesli ever!) and drove north along the coast. At Henties Bay our route led inland, but we detoured a little further up the coast Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Jul 19, 2004
  • By the sea in Namibia It was time to leave the desert behind us, for now at least, and head towards the coast. After our early morning balloon ride (see my previous entry) we checked out of Kulala Desert Lodge and hit Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Jul 17, 2004
  • From the Kalahari to the Namib===On the road=== [float=right] In Mariental (taken by Chris)[/float]After our overnight stay at Ani Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Jul 15, 2004
  • The Kalahari Desert[center] Cactus at Anib Lodge[/center] Our first full day driving in Namibia! After a good breakfast at the Eningu Clay House Lodge we loaded up the c Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Jul 14, 2004
  • Learning to drive in Namibia![center] Eningu Clay House Lodge[/center] We landed at Windhoek’s small airport around midday and after clearing all the formalities and collecting ou Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Jul 13, 2004
  • A perfect holiday destination?[center] Ballooning over the Namib Desert[/center] The first trip I ever wrote about on Virtual Tourist was the one we took to Namibia in 2004, about Posted by ToonSarah in Sarah's (past) travels | Jul 12, 2004
  • Driving north along the coast24 september. We leave Swakopmund and drive into the center to give everyone the opportunity to get money if necessary. Strange, why not said a day earlier, then we had the time and ATMs enough. Okay, you're going to take some Posted by Jos-Nijenhuis in Searching the big 5 in Namibia | Feb 3, 2020
  • Swakopmund23 september At 9:00, 4 of us left for a township. Leo, Eddie, Elly J and I. First to a local market. We saw that they sell their own products in used packaging, such as milk in cola bottles. Then we Posted by Jos-Nijenhuis in Searching the big 5 in Namibia | Feb 1, 2020
  • Leaving the dust for 2 days22 september. Its our tour leader's birthday. We'll pass the Capricorn tropic first. Here the sun is, in the summer of the southern hemisphere, right above your head. On the 21st Dec. We are now in the Namib desert and Posted by Jos-Nijenhuis in Searching the big 5 in Namibia | Jan 29, 2020
  • To solitaire21 september. Today we're heading for Solitaire. There we find a petrol station that was the only one between the sossusvlei and Walvis bay. A lot is still original there. [center][img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/937397/f3cc3640-4213-11ea-b42d- Posted by Jos-Nijenhuis in Searching the big 5 in Namibia | Jan 28, 2020
  • To the sossusvlei20 september. Left very early (in the dark) to watch the sunrise at Sossusvlei. On our way we stopped because the sun already came up. [img=https://photos.travel Posted by Jos-Nijenhuis in Searching the big 5 in Namibia | Jan 28, 2020
  • To Bennie's lodge19 september. Early out of my bed for a long ride on the bus. Stopped at a small mall for some food on the way and lunch. More money pinned because we're goi Posted by Jos-Nijenhuis in Searching the big 5 in Namibia | Jan 28, 2020
  • Trip to Namibia17 september. The day my holiday begins. In the morning I’ll check all the important things to take with me and take the train from Lievelde at 17:00 in the afternoon. (Station Lichtenvoorde-Groenlo). An unlucky day for the NS and therefore Posted by Jos-Nijenhuis in Searching the big 5 in Namibia | Jan 28, 2020
  • 11. Up a Caprivi Without a PaddleCaprivi Strip, Namibia Saturday, November 20, 2010 After calling last night to find out my pickup time for this morning (9:00am), I pack, read a bit and sleep soundly until almost 6:00. Breakfast at The Kingdom is lavish...a buffet which is the Posted by paulej4 in Paulej4's Great South African Adventure | Nov 20, 2010
  • 12. Hippo Pot of 'emCaprivi Strip, Namibia Sunday, November 21, 2010 I slept as well last night as I have slept since March. The sound of the rapids and the breeze blowing through the mosquito net must have been the perfect sleeping aid. With all the Posted by paulej4 in Paulej4's Great South African Adventure | Nov 21, 2010
  • Tag 13Vorerst wünsche ich allen einen wunderschönen ersten Adventsonntag. Weihnachtsstimmung kommt hier nicht auf, obwohl es im Speisesaal der Lodge einen Plastikchristbaum mit blinkender Lichterkette gab. Ich bin schon so gespannt, auf die Weihnachtsbeleuchtun Posted by FEgoesNAMIBIA in FE goes NAMIBIA | Dec 1, 2019
  • Tag 12Hallo Ihr Lieben, die ihr diesen Blog verfolgt. Die letzten Tage waren etwas schwierig. Wir sind erst spät in die Lodge gekommen und mussten, da wir auf Pirsch gingen immer früh aufstehen. Außerdem hatten wir die letzten Tage kein Internet im Posted by FEgoesNAMIBIA in FE goes NAMIBIA | Nov 30, 2019
  • Tag 11Heute möchte ich nicht viel schreiben, sondern Bilder sprechen lassen. Nur so viel: Wir wurden um 4:45 geweckt. Danach erhielten wir unsere Frühstückspakete für unterwegs. Alle schauten ganz neugierig in die Säckchen, wie bei Nikolo. Ist ja auch schon bal Posted by FEgoesNAMIBIA in FE goes NAMIBIA | Nov 29, 2019
  • Tag 10Nach dem Frühstück verlassen Sie die Küste und fahren über Usakos und Omaruru nach Outjo. Unterwegs besuchen Sie das Dorf der Omandumba. Im lebenden Museum der San Buschmänner bekommen Sie einen interessanten Einblick in die orginelle Jäger- und Sammlerku Posted by FEgoesNAMIBIA in FE goes NAMIBIA | Nov 28, 2019
  • Tag 9Walvis Bay (deutsch: Walfischbucht) ist eine Stadt an der Walfischbucht in der namibischen Region Erongo und der bedeutendste Seehafen Namibias. Walvis Bay hat rund 67.200 Einwohner und liegt (einschließlich seines Tiefseehafens) an der Atlantikküste, run Posted by FEgoesNAMIBIA in FE goes NAMIBIA | Nov 27, 2019
  • Tag 8Ich wurde durch ein Geräusch geweckt. Aufgrund eines kurzen Windsturmes tscheperte das ganze Haus. Bald darauf wurden wir wieder durch Klopfzeichen geweckt. Um 6 Uhr musste der Koffer schon vor der Türe stehen und um 7:00 Uhr war Abfahrt. Da Posted by FEgoesNAMIBIA in FE goes NAMIBIA | Nov 26, 2019
  • Tag 6Als ich gestern gegen 23:oo Uhr meinen Blog ins Internet stellte, wurde ich von der Security kontrolliert. Es mutete sich komisch für ihn an, mich mit Stirnlampe bewaffnet vor dem Laptop in dunklen vor der Lobby sitzen zu sehen. Da Posted by FEgoesNAMIBIA in FE goes NAMIBIA | Nov 24, 2019
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