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... Be prepared at this late stage in the tour to be challenged once again.
South Africa: 800km. 70% excellent pavement plus about 30% of very rough, off-road cycling (!!!)
Cycling Difficulty: 4/5
1=Easy, terrain not challenging, no significant climbing;
2=Moderate, Light climbing, lower average distances per day, decent road surfaces;
3=Average, Some long and tough days with shorter less challenging days mixed ...
... a pillow under my arm. I caught the transfer to Victoria Falls only to find that my 11:00 am Air Zimbabwe flight to Johannesburg was going to be delayed by 4 and a half hours... W.T.F! This would mean I would most likely miss my connecting flight to my next destination, Windhoek in Namibia. Time to get creative. After exploring some options with British Airways and South African Airways, I managed to snag a deal with the new ...
... br> A primeira noite ficamos em um delicioso hotel que eu dividi o quarto com a graciosa Lee, minha roomate de barraca. Um frio de doer os ossos e saímos a noite pra jantar e beber no Joe's Beerhouse, um lugar delicioso, aconchegante com breja de metro. Eu pedi um prato com todas as carnes exóticas que tinha no local (oryx e kudu - dois tipos de antílopes, zebra, crocodilo e avestruz)
Fast, but so great nigth here!!!
No outro dia fomos pra um ...
... on the side of the road. Our chef Louis, prepared 4 boxed lunches which was just fine to continue our last, long drive. It finally took us nine hours including the stops for a total of 4000 KM during our 18 day stay in Namibia. We settled in around 4:30 at the Farm and relaxed to do our wifi before our long day tomorrow. We fly from Windhoek to Joberg and then we fly to Madagascar for 30 ...
... you further, apparently 15% of Namibia's population live in Windhoek. Where are they???
Frodo came and slept with us. Heeheehee.
The next morning we were collected by the car rental company we were using for our self drive expedition round the rest of Namibia. They brought our two Nissan 4x4s with them and showed us how to pitch the tents that sit on the roof of the jeeps. All the camping equipment we needed was in the back and they ...