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Stamps and Signatures

Stamps and Signatures

I find myself in the back of an old and battered Peugeot 504. The driver has been helping us plough through all the Arabic paperwork and directing us to countless offices, all spread through town and the harbor area.The second gentlemen sitting in front is the head of...
Camel rides and flooded deserts

Camel rides and flooded deserts

The road we drive on disapears in the far distance into the sky and around us there is nothing buts and. We are on our way to Wadi Halfa. All of the sudden, the road is surrounded by water, we see a soccer field flooded, everything changed into one big swimming pool....
Awesome!

Awesome!

“You have to quit your journey and go back to South Africa!” Is what we’re told at the ethiopian embassy… WHAT? We are ladies on a mission, challenge accepted! After a couple of nights between vulcanoes and at the beautiful lake Bunyonyi, we are enroute to...
Visit – OnCall Africa

Visit – OnCall Africa

Visit – On call Africa, Zambia What: Mobile clinic Where: Livingstone region, Zambia When: 05-06-2012 till 09-06-2012 In Zambia we met Mattea and David Clark, who are two young and ambitious medical doctors from the United Kingdom. They have taken the initiative to...
Visit – Global outreach

Visit – Global outreach

Wat:               NGO Waar:             Iringa, Tanzania Wanneer:      02-07-2012 Onze eerste stop in Tanzania is bij Miraji, een ‘oude’ vriend die ik een aantal jaar geleden heb leren kennen via mijn neef in Nederland. Na een hartelijk welkom bij zijn familie, een...
Visit – Kaziwiziwi Dam

Visit – Kaziwiziwi Dam

What:               Dam providing energy to charcoal mine Where:             Rumphi Phoka, Malawi When:              26-06-2012 After a night of camping in the wild, we make a cup of coffee alongside the track, enjoying the amazing views of the Malawi inland. A car...

Guest Blog – by Ole Doetinchem

In high tide or in low tide… This morning, lying lazily on a hammock drinking coffee, watching over the ocean at low tide, I found myself wondering about all the commotion out there and trying to piece together what exactly was going on. The tide around here seems to...
Blog – It is time to get up now…

Blog – It is time to get up now…

“It’s time to get up now, the time is six thirty” … our alarm kindly informs us a new day has started. Half awake we take a peek out of our window. Almost a hundred children have surrounded the Landy and are looking at us… wow! After admiring the force of the water at...
Blog – 6308 km on the road

Blog – 6308 km on the road

Leaving all the lovely people, old and new memories in Gaborone behind us, we find ourselves on the road again. The main roads in Botswana are well kept so far and we’re enjoying touring together listening to some good music. Some time before sunset we take a...

Housewarming!

Monday 14th of may 2012 was a special day for our Willem, he received his passport (carnet de passage) and can now safely escort us through Egypt. In addition, we styled him inside and our lovely curtains are up. Time for a party! At Kruger National park, about 25...
Women on Wheels are on the road!

Women on Wheels are on the road!

Dear all, Ons is op pad! An amazing feeling, our trip has really started. The last week before our send-off went by in a blink. Final arrangements and paperwork for our trip, kitting our Landie, packing my life into boxes, moving out of my amazing apartment, a final...
Blog – Foretaste

Blog – Foretaste

“And through it all she offers me protection, A lot of love and affection, Whether I’m right or wrong” Singing hard,Robbie will help me through the 600km from Fish River Canyon to Windhoek. Windows open and the wind in mij hear, awsome! There I go:...

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