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It ONLY took 31 hours to get home. Left Windhoek, Namibia, at 9am Monday, CDT, and arrived in Kansas City at 4pm on Tuesday. Changed planes in Johannesburg, Frankfurt, and Toronto. Here’s a map of the trip beginning on the … Continue reading
In this post I wanted to feature some of the images that were made by Kassie. When we started this trip Kassie’s photographic experience could be classified as “point and shoot”. She took pictures to document events and people in … Continue reading
Tonight is my last night in Namibia. Tomorrow afternoon I start my long trek home. I leave Windhoek, Namibia at 4pm and fly to Johannesburg. Then it’s on to Frankfurt, Germany followed by our leap over the Atlantic to Toronto … Continue reading
This used to be a diamond mining community. It was started in the 1800’s and went through a variety of owners. In it’s heyday it was Kolmannskuppe, German I’m guessing. Now it’s known as Kolmanskop. Diamonds are one of Namibia’s … Continue reading
I headed south from Cape Cross toward Swakopmund. Another coastal city. Much of this part of Namibia originated from German settlers. Swakopmund is a pretty good sized city for Namibia. The population of Namibia is 2.2-2.3 million. There are 2.5 … Continue reading
Arrived yesterday at Cape Cross, Namibia. It’s on the west coast of Namibia and it’s home to the Cape Cross Seal Reserve. There are hundreds, if not thousands, of fur seals here. There was another entire group just over the … Continue reading
and gone to wildlife photography heaven. In the course of the past two and half weeks, I’ve been fortunate to see most of the wildlife I had envisioned seeing on this trip. Some of the wildlife are remarkable in and … Continue reading
I’ve been told a million times, “Don’t exaggerate!” In the past two weeks, Kassie and I stayed at a campsite where the elephants came right up to a patio for guests to sit, have a beer and watch the elephants … Continue reading
A couple of additions to previous posts. One my post about our game drives in Chobe National Park, I had meant to mention the monkeys we saw. First were the vervets. They are scavangers. These cute little monkeys will steal … Continue reading