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... largest in the world after the Grand Canyon in USA. It's quite impressive, but not as spectacular as the Grand Canyon, or our favourite, Island in the Sky in Canyonlands National Park in USA. We have an ostrich sighting, and find an unknown large grey raptor type, before checking into the park office. Near the office is another interesting form of motorised transport, a one wheeled tractor, which bolts onto a trailer or other vehicle, and is steered from a ...
... seem very equal to me. I chatted to the scientist in our group about it, he said that these countries are relatively new. 20 years ago there may not have been the same equal rights to eduation, and to get a good job you would need better education. I might be completely off wicket with this one but its just an observation. I just hope that in years to come it becomes more equal.
When Chris our leader gave his spiel on Namibia I had my pen and paper with me so I have ...
... 18th April Up at 4am to drive to Dune 45, which we climbed to see the dawn. Then walked the 5 kilometers to the dead trees of Soussovlei, and back. We crossed the Tropic of Capricorn, and bushcamped on a rock hill.
19th April Drove to Swakopmund, where we stayed at Amanpuir Lodge. ...
... since we’ve told the crew members that we had other activities planned for later in the afternoon!
With "Jack" , Michel’s skydive-master by his side, “Larry”, the personal cameraman that I've paid extra to video tape Michel throughout the jump, Alex and four other people including the pilot, I followed them on the sandy pathway that ...
... activities went! And....sorry, you’ll just have to wait for tomorrow to find out! Hehehe!
Statistics of the day:
- Hammerstein Lodge to Solitaire: 2 hours
- Solitaire to Tropic of Capricorn: 1 hour
- Tropic of Capricorn to Walvis Bay: 3 hours
- Walvis Bay to Swakopmund: 0.5 hour
Total km: 395 ...