Hadassa Guest House

No. 36 Lang St, Otjiwarongo, Namibia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Otjiwarongo

A long day's drive

A travel blog entry by argieuk


Rose our usual time, before dawn. That's not normal for us, is it! Had tea in bed watching the sun rise
Arno drove us down to the car which had been parked lower than the camp, as the road up is too steep and sandy for a 2 wheel drive. When we'd loaded up I noticed the other front tyre was flat. Well, not flat but low, so Arno pumped it up so we could drive to a tyre repair place about 240km away.
Set off with a ...

Dog Tales

A travel blog entry by ajnamibia


Well now, where to start… It's been a long time and a lot has happened! To say the very least…

All of the puppies have finally been homed with farmers all over Namibia. It took a whole lot longer than it should have but I guess that’s what happens when I’m not here to supervise! Blowing my own trumpet? Well, someone has to ;-) We normally have a 'Puppy Day’ for each litter when the farmers come for training, pick their puppy ...

Great big cats

A travel blog entry by segacs


... springbok, kudu, and lots of warthogs.

Dinner was a delicious cookout over the fire, followed by stargazing. It's actually not all that cold at night here -- it'll be much colder in the south -- but being sick makes it feel freezing. I'm wearing every layer I have and have set up a thermal liner, sleeping bag and blanket setup in my tent. Hopefully it will keep me warm enough to allow me to get some sleep and shake this cold once and for all.

Who let the dogs out?

A travel blog entry by ajnamibia


... of her. She’s healing well but had to have her toe amputated so she needs to be re-homed as a pet. She’ll hopefully be ready to go in the next week. And bizarrely she’s Spikey’s aunt! Clearly a mischievous bloodline!

Kiri’s puppies are crazy and like to act as a pack. They should really be out learning their trade already, so we’re trying to home them asap. They pounced on poor old Spikey when they ...

Cheetah Magic

A travel blog entry by krista.and.erik


... Phil since we had no coinage. In searching for an extra rand, I stumbled upon a free toilet and chuckled at my luck, relieved. We bought two Black Cat bars, made of peanut butter. They turned out not to be so good.

During our next four hours of driving we stopped at two different roadside stalls for craft sellers. The first were the Himba, the Namibian tribe that still lives in the traditional style, going ...


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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding