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Caprivi Strip and into Zambia, Monkeys and Mossies

While at Urban Camp in the Namibian capital Windhoek, we were reminded once again how small a world this is. We bumped into a German couple that we had previously met in no less than 3 other places, first Jungle…

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Off we go again, Caprivi Strip

We left the mining town of Tsumeb, and headed the relatively short distance to “Roy’s Rest Camp”, en-route we diverted off the main route to visit the Hoba Meteorite. This is the largest meteorite that has ever been discovered on…

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A quick trip home

We have just had a very hectic but also enjoyable 19 days back in England. During this time we tried to see as many family and friends as possible, but obviously we were unable to see everybody. We would like…

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Hanging about a bit in Swakopmund

The last post on lorry way down was done by James and Nicky once they returned to the UK. I’m not going to go over that whole 11 days again, but there were a few things that were either “forgotten”…

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Namibia, Kaokoland and the Himba

We planned to leave Tsumeb, and to camp overnight just outside the town of Ondangwa in Ovamboland, in the north of Namibia, but to our surprise the road is now tarmac, and we covered the distance much quicker than we…

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Etosha East, and beyond

Our last night at Olifantsrus was marked by a massive storm hitting the site, we had seen dozens of storms off in the distance for the last 2 or 3 nights, but had just seen lightning, dramatic, but way off…

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