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We had to do a lot of driving in order to go from Kongola to Windhoek, via the Waterberg Plateau. Definitely over 1000 km, mostly on decent roads, some tarred and some gravel. We had 5 days and we wanted to spend a couple of nights in the Waterberg Plateau.
We stopped for the night in the Kaisosi Lodge, near Rundu, upon a recommendation given to us by an Irish couple who had just come from that area. They said that the lodge was reasonably priced, clean, very attractive ...
Another 5.30am start &. Freezing drive in an open vehicle up to the Waterburg Plateau.
Our Namibian guide, Makondo had a wicked sense of humour & a deep understanding of his environment.
The Waterburg Plateau is a 50 km long, 16 km wide sandstone plateau, looming over the desert plains. It is covered by a deep layer of wind blown red Kalahari sand ...
they are 20 by which time they are expected to go and catch an
antelope to show they can provide for a wife. The women then sat
around making jewellery from ostrich eggs, seeds and porcupine
quills. Leaving there we routed to a campsite and on the way saw a
rock monitor lizard about 3 to 4 foot long and 3 wart hogs( they can
kill a dog with their tail!). Parked in one of the camps we had used
before and again it was very ...
... like 50 tonnes, which crashed to earth 80,000 years ago. So where is the crater? Why didnt it burn on entry to the atmosphere? why is it in such good condition? No idea, will have to investigate when we're back.
The entry office wasnt manned (being lunch time) so we got in and out without paying. Only $20 each (about £1.30) but the price has doubled since our guide book was written. Many things have gone ...
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 ...