Maori Camp Site Grootfontein
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... 54,000 kg.
People started chipping away parts of the rock for souvenirs until the site was declared a national monument. Now people guard it and it is set in a lovely little garden with an information board.
The whole area around Grootfontein ...
... The living village museum's goal is to teach the tourists about the old ways of the Sun People (the Bushmen), keep the old ways alive and earn a little money too. The young guide who could speak English listened attentively as the elder explained things about the Bushmen then interpreted for us. Out of respect to the elder the translator often said 'the ...
It is the second largest canyon in the world with 160 km long and at some points has 550 feet deep. We are here in winter and the temperature during the day is 30 and the next night comes around zero degree. In summer comes closer to the maximum during the 50th day. It is a comprehensive sense. The tires of both body heat and a desert sun throughout the day and when the sun sets in less than half an hour the bitter ...
220km (return trip w Fiume tour guide - not self driven)
B8, C44 (~80km on C44)
- Bushmen living museum
- Bushmen bow & arrows. Arrows constructed in three parts: grass shaft, giraffe thigh bone for mid section and tip. Arrows designed to separate on impact and the poisoned tip to go further into animal. Each arrow shaft is marked uniquely ...
B1, C22, D2512, B8
Otjiwarongo to Grootfontein via Waterberg Plateau
- Waterberg Plateau in the morning light
- 'Mountain View' walk (40min) to top of plateau
- 3hrs of walking - by 1pm Kim was knackered
- Making assumption that the ...