Category Archives: Travel – Namibia

Writings from an expedition into Namibia.

Namibia Chapter 5 – Preparation–A Time To Retyre.

While I own up to a modest understanding of the infernal combustion engine, I will assert that I am no mechanic. I have seen grown men (who presumably can dress themselves) make regular pilgrimages to their private shrine of automobile … Continue reading

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Namibia Chapter 4–Preparation–Food & Water.

Whether it is truffles or tramezzini, bully beef or Beef Wellington, we are of the belief that “there is no excuse for poorly prepared food”.Mindful of this axiom, we tried to ensure that we took the minimum necessary herbs, spices … Continue reading

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Namibia Travels–Chapter 3–Preparation: Health

If you’re going to Namibia, you will see that the northern regions of the country are Malaria areas. With the above average rains in 2011 and the flooding in the Caprivi and Owamboland areas, the risk of Malaria and associated … Continue reading

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Namibia Travels – Chapter 2 – Preparation and Planning.

To many, Namibia is a country that has more colour in its history than its landscapes. To others it is an insignificant blotch on the map of Africa, and is of little consequence. To Namibians, it is a place of … Continue reading

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Namibia Travels–Chapter 1

It started out so well. The bright sun in its cobalt sky, popcorn clouds providing a picturesque beauty to an otherwise harsh semi-desert landscape; the air conditioner, keeping the Toyota’s cab a cool 25 degrees in the 41 degree heat … Continue reading

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