Monthly Archives: August 2010
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
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
Same mountain, same person with some added years, and same road to a no longer existent Means School.
Drama on the streets of Lobito Sent from my iPad
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
The road between Huambo and Dondi. It took us less than an hour to get there. Sent from my iPad