Namibia: a photographic update
After the adventures in West and Central Africa, Namibia is a vacation. I picked up Mees (my daughter) from Windhoek airport two weeks ago, and we bushcamped, stayed at some very comfortable and some very basic campsites, had oryx and zebra steak for dinner, spotted lots of zebra, giraffe, warthog, baboons, kudu, springbok, oryx (gemsbok), and even a brown hyena. In the wild, because we can't enter parks with Thimba. But the experience seeing these animals beside the road is even more thrilling!
We have almost completed a northern loop (went all the way to Epupa falls, at the Angolan border), and are now staying at Oppi Koppi campsite in Kamanjab, run by a Dutch-Belgian couple. For free, because we are overlanders.
Namibia is a visual treat, a veritable feast for the eyes. The skies are blue, landscapes vary every day, the colours are intense, the people photogenic. So I'll just let the photographs tell the story.
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