It’s about time for another blog post and particularly this one of our trip to Namibia half a year ago. But I suppose that it is never too late for a little selection of beautiful pictures of an interesting trip…
3 years ago when I lived in Namibia, I didn’t have the money to book a 4×4 car and get to see Namibia’s main attractions, so therefore I was even more excited when finally we got the chance to visit all these amazing places.
Here a little overview of the variety of the Namibian landscape and its vastness.
For those interested in the logistical side, we rented a car at Camping Car Hire (well equipped car, new tires, fast and friendly service). We started in Windhoek and then did roughly this tour:
Windhoek – Namib Mountain Zebra NP – Sossusvlei – Namib-Naukluft NP – Swakopmund – Skeleton Coast – Brandberg – Kunene-NorthWest of Namibia, searching the desert elephants – Opuwo – Etosha NP – Waterberg Plateau – Omaruru – Erongo mountains – Windhoek
Pictures of the first 5 days:
As it was the beginning of the rain season in the north (see above), after Etosha we left quickly for the South again… and found paradise at the Waterberg Plateau (except maybe for these little biting scorpions)!
Cannot wait to get back there!!
Except that it is a roundabout way to get there (5 hours getting lost 3 times in Barcelona, plus than catching the wrong slow train to Girona, and paying 160euro for a taxi to bring us to the airport on a Sunday morning as there is no public transport before 7.15 a.m.!!), we spend an amazing time in this beautiful city.
So here’s finally the second video, done by my sister Carole about the second part of our trip in Morocco. It was mainly a road trip visiting the “vallée des roses”, “gorge du Dadès”, Todra etc. Don’t miss to first see PART 1
And please don’t even try to understand the weird part with this half eaten orange, probably you have to be Carole to understand this 😉
Oh, and big thanks to Martin from Manchester, who just simply made our days in Morocco with his outgoing and funny way. I wish you all the best for your future trips & great projects, and I really hope that your mum enjoys the bird bell;) See you hopefully soon again
Little video done by my sister Carole about our ascent of Mount Toubkal, 4167m, beginning of January.
Luxembourg – Actually this is not really about travelling but still after studying for years abroad, having friends and a boyfriend from abroad that you show around, then you start to see your own country from a different point of view and probably also appreciate it better.
Therefore I decided to do a little bit of advertisement by showing some pictures I took in the last couple of months…