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... you even have a guest house for those who wish to wet their wanderlust in this small and vibrant land.
However, everything is not right. Despite feeling elation, your heart is troubled, for this house and view reminds you of those you wish you could share it with. After all, even world travelers have a home, and its hard to pull the heart away. You have someone who is always with you, and He shows himself through in these times ...
... made from branches for added protection against wild animals. We were introduced to the elderly chief, who Stefan questioned and left after a good look around. After a quick breakfast we embarked on our long trip back to Jinka.
At Turmi we arrived to pay the campsite bill, collect the tent and pay for the beer. When Chato got his bill he through an enormous fit (despite the head cold) and stormed off. This huge spat took over 60 mins to sort out and we left ...
... to be called. I also learned that it is seriously super cold here at 7:00 in the morning... like almost freezing. And incredibly foggy. We were both surprised we didn't get delayed because of the fog.
On a more serious note, she also informed me of how dangerous Windhoek is (I got the impression that pick pocketing is the main concern). I also learned that the South African government is becoming continuously more corrupt (this was brought ...
I went east today. In a howling wind, or a jetstream. It was a breeze. It was to a big hole in the ground but not for long. This isn't going to be very deep. Or long.
Day one of my big adventure was quite a long time ago, I actually can't remember it. I'll get into that another time.
I was moved, like the others, for at least an hour. Then another one.
... eh-dian accent was jarring to the ear and impossible for him to understand. Once Tumi spoke to him, though, we saw the car out on the road turn around and head back. Finally I got in the car, but when the driver spoke Setswana to me I could not resist throwing down a bit of "Wat de FOCK doe jij hé, doe maar een beetje normaal..." - angry Dutch I knew he would not understand. Hey, it was early and he was being an ass. I'm ...