000334 I - Flora Apartments

#N/A, Otjiwarongo, Namibia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Otjiwarongo

Laura, Hilderbeest and I tour Namibia!

A travel blog entry by alycetravels on Mar 14, 2014

2 comments, 179 photos

... us! His little footprint was on our fresh prints. Yikes! Our guide gave us the dont look them in the eye talk which was exciting! The rock art was really beautiful. As opposed to the previous days rock carvings, these were painted with various clays and vegetation. The white lady painting turned out to be an african man with the legs of an impala and he is white due to dust on his body, a common way of showing the dry season in painting. First people through the area saw the ...


A travel blog entry by rosewj on Jul 31, 2013

After breakfast we went up to the park owners house, where he keeps 4 tame cheetahs and some very brave dogs in his yard. We got to go in and stroke the cheetahs and take some pictures, which was awesome and they actually purred as you stroked them. Then an adorable little puppy came out and just ran up to the cheetahs, who kept batting it with their paws and chasing it around, and he kept trying to fight back. There we ...

Dog Tales

A travel blog entry by ajnamibia on Jul 28, 2013

13 photos

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 ...

Who let the dogs out?

A travel blog entry by ajnamibia on Jun 18, 2013

1 comment, 15 photos

... 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 ...

Dogs Save Cheetahs!

A travel blog entry by parleusted on Feb 09, 2013

1 comment, 7 photos

... relocating them to game parks and nature reserves. What works for lions, leopards, rhinos etc. should work for the cheetah too, wouldn't it ? Evidently not. We learned that cheetahs don't do well in game reserves as they don't compete well with hyaenas and lions. Instead it is the farmlands that offer the cheetah a safe haven.

In Namibia, cheetahs are a protected species. But when they come into conflict with humans and their livestock, ...

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