Monthly Archives: August 2010

Uakii cultural tour

As exciting as the Etosha tour was, the highlight of our stay has to be the cultural tour we took into the eastern Kalahari to camp next to a San (Bushman) village, and the next day to visit a village … Continue reading

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Two San children

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Namibia, a beautiful land!

NAMIBIA! What a contrast between Angola and Namibia! It’s a large country with a tiny population of about 2 million. Between cities and towns are vast expanses of empty desert or scrub bush and no one else on the road. … Continue reading

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Reprise of my book cover, 55 years later

Same mountain, same person with some added years, and same road to a no longer existent Means School.

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Love that Angolan style!

Drama on the streets of Lobito Sent from my iPad

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Angolan quirks

Some peculiarities, idiosyncrasies, and other observations about Angola: Entering Angola In one of my first posts, I mentioned the convoluted visa application process. And I talked about the anxiety of not receiving son Nathan’s visa until 2 days before we … Continue reading

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Around Dondi

The road between Huambo and Dondi. It took us less than an hour to get there. Sent from my iPad

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