Kolmanskop, a former mining town, rich in history and fun things to learn.
Last look at Southern Namibia as we leave Gondwana National Park and drive back to the boat in Luderitz.
Gondwana Canyon Village is a small resort nestled in some mountains in the Gondwana Collective. A surreal location in this deserty wasteland.
The Fish River Valley is like a little sister to the Grand Canyon. It is picturesque and a sight to behold.
Driving from Keetmanshoop to Fish River Valley, we saw lots of animals and plant life as well as an eclectic roadhouse bar and grill in the middle of nowhere!
A day-trip to Keetmanshoop from Namibia affords some nice scenery and adventure.
Botlierskop was a great game preserve, just 30 minutes from Mossel Bay, South Africa. We were pleasantly surprised with the variety that we found there.
It’s been a fun week in Luderitz. Next stop? Walvis Bay, Namibia!
We've been traveling through Namibia the past few days. We first went to Keetmanshoop and from there went to the Fish River Valley which is essentially the Grand Canyon's little sister. We've had a good time soaking up the Namibian desert and seeing some cool things. The pictures below are from the drive back to … Continue reading Traveling through Namibia
A Day in Luderitz, Namibia's First Port.
Day 3 on our way to Namibia. A little bit about our destination and a huge pod of Dolphins.
St Lucia South Africa has a river boat cruise for seeing hippos and other African wildlife.
A day trip to Shakaland and some local museums turned into a day of learning about local cultures and Zulu traditions.
Bazaruto was my favorite place traveling down the coast of Mozambique, without really visiting the country.
It is interesting to me the perspective changes I have had over the past couple of years as I have traveled around the world. Don't get me wrong, I've been traveling since I was a kid. My family moved from Arizona to England for 4 years when I was 5, then to California and I … Continue reading Changing Your Perspective Through Travel
As we sit here in the bay of Alhaca Island, Mozambique, waiting for the storm to come thru and ravish the ocean around us, (but hopefully more so out there, than in here) we are rocking and rolling. We anchored in 7 meters of depth and put out all of our 60 meters of chain … Continue reading Rock & Rolling, Waiting for the Storm
The past three days, after leaving Bazaruto, we have been sailing south to find an anchorage that will be safe from a southern storm heading our way that is supposed to hit us on the 1st. It's now 2 AM on the 31st and we are motoring towards that anchorage although it's still about 40 … Continue reading Sailing Towards a Storm
We enjoyed out stay in Bazaruto, but a weather window opened up going south, so we decided to take it. We got on the road today around 1 pm, sailing and motoring through the rest of the chain of islands near Bazaruto, eventually coming out into the ocean. There were a few dicey moments where … Continue reading Moving On From Bazaruto, Mozambique