Botswana to Namibia: Was I Cursed Today?

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    Heading out on the highway!
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    This is Andy's rondavel. He said that ants have eaten the roof and it has caved in on him.
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    Andy, making a fire to heat water to 'shower' to start his day. I like his wind-break.
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    The sunrise from Andy's house.
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    My friend Andy.
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    Driving from the village to the highway.
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    A neighbour of Andy's who came to visit in the morning. Her little girl was terrified of me, and hid her eyes behind her hands. If she could not see me, I was not there!
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    Ferries to take you across the Okavango River.
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    Goats who had been laying down and resting on the road.
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    The road from the border in Namibia.
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    Look at that fence! It is the biggest non-prison fence I have ever laid my eyes on.
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    A neighbour of Andy's who came to visit in the morning. Her little girl was terrified of me, and hid her eyes behind her hands. If she could not see me, I was not there!

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2 Responses

  1. Jacqui says:

    Great read – thanks. I came across your site in trying to hunt down transport from Maun to Namibia. You made me laugh out loud a couple of times. I’m not sure if it’s not laughter hiding my fear about my trip ending up like yours did ;o) Either way as I said I enjoyed your writing style, thanks for keeping it real!
    I’m also blogging my trip round southern africa, I’ve only been to Mozambique so far but if you’re heading that way my site might have some helpful tips for you. Keep enjoying!

    • harrishog1 says:

      Thanks Jacqui,
      Thanks for reading and taking the time to write back. I hope that you are having a great trip around southern Africa. I have been back in Europe for about two months, to sort of push the reset button. I missed Mozambique, Malawi and Madagascar, but I will tackle them at some point in the near future.
      Ahhh, Africa. There is just nothing else like it…!
      Enjoy Jacqui, and I am going to check out your blog. Good for you for writing about your journey! Enjoy, and be awesome!
      Beaver.

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