As our journey came to an end, the moment we have to say goodbye to our trustworthy travel companion Hank The Tank is coming closer too. If somebody would have told us beforehand how well this car would treat us, we probably wouldn’t have believed. I’ll give a complete list of repairs we had to … More Salute to Hank
South Africa. Our last entry passport stamp. This will be the first of many lasts in the coming three weeks. We were planning to threat ourselves with apple pie, scenic drives and beautiful hikes. And so we did. We began in Augrabies National Park. We visited the falls and did a half day hike. After … More The end
We conquered the van Zyls pass, drove along the Skeleton Coast and passed the mountains and dunes of the desert. Namibia brought us some epic drives!
From the Skeleton Coast we wanted to drive to Spitzkoppe, but we had to make a pitstop in Swakopmund. Charlotte was not feeling well for days now and it was only getting worse so we went to see a doctor. An IV drip later and with a bunch of medicine we continued our way to … More Rocks, sand and sea
We entered Namibia via the Caprivi Strip, hopping along the Okavango river. Some cooler days before we would enter the smothering heat of the west. We stayed two nights in Etosha National Park and we got our little present we have been hoping for: a cheetah! The first day in the park was definitely one … More Holy shit
To spice up the boring, flat tar road we took on some sand, salt and grass. Botswana threw some animals encounters in the mix too!
After all the dust from the salt pans we visited the Goo Moremi gorge. Like always in Africa, you can only visit this gorge with a guide. But after a very hot 3.5 km walk from the campsite there was no guide to be seen at the gorge entrance. So we went in, tired of … More Wild, wilder, wildest