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Namibia - My South West African Adventure part 3

Namibia day 1 (Approx distance travelled 480kms)

Today we embarked on a drive from our camp in Botswana to Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. We left at 7am with a packed lunch, trying to get to Windhoek by 3pm and travel during the coolest part of the day. 2,242 more words


OVERLAND PT 3 - Windhoek to Victoria Falls

“There is no greater joy than to have an endlessly changing horizon, for each day to have a new and different sun” – Chris McCandless…

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Postcards from Namibia

Having returned from an extremely successful expedition in Namibia this year, we wanted to share with you a small taster of our experiences: 648 more words

Bushcraft Courses

WCKA Bushmen dance festival, Kgalagadi, Botswana

Their song sounds the same if you don’t listen deep enough. The first time I experienced their song and dance, I thought all the 20 groups sang only one song for two days. 164 more words

Travel Moments

Meeting the San Bushmen of Namibia

Crossing over the border to Namibia the next activity was going to meet the San Bushmen. A group of people living in the desert who showed us their traditional ways of life. 150 more words


Ideas that add up #117

My name is Roy Sesana; I am a Gana Bushman from the Kalahari, in what is now called Botswana. In my language, my name is ‘Tobee’ and our land is ‘Tamm’. 303 more words

Good Life

Ideas that add up #116

The pace wasn’t too fierce; the Bushmen average about ten minutes a mile, but many of those miles are in soft sand and brush, and they occasionally stop to study tracks. 647 more words

Body Science