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It’s here!  Really it is!  After tackling the writing, and the technical challenges of publishing, the book is finally available on Amazon. Your support during the writing and now for the launch has been amazing. Here is a little snippet for you to whet the appetite: “We drove south to M’Hamid for an unquestionably touristy … <p><a href="http://www.kapp2cape-blog.net/2015/01/its-here-the-book-is-here/">Continue reading »</a></p>

It’s here, the book is here!

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It’s here!  Really it is!  After tackling the writing, and the technical challenges of publishing, the book is finally available on Amazon. Your support during the writing and now for the launch has been amazing. Here is a little snippet…
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Etosha

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“Een hoogtepunt van onze reis door Afrika”, dat kunnen we zeker zeggen over ons bezoek aan Etosha National Park. Het wildpark Etosha ligt in het noord-westen van Namibië en is één van de grootste natuurparken van zuidelijk Afrika. Met een…
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Land van uitersten

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Zodra we de Sossusvlei en de camping in Sesriem achter ons hebben gelaten, zijn we ineens weer alleen. In de weide omgeving is geen verkeer te bekennen. Het is alsof de bussen vol toeristen en de vele kampeerwagens in het…
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Desolaatheid der Dingen

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NAMIBIA # 1 – DESOLATE HEID OF THINGSNamibia has two types of roads, or three actually. You have very sporadic pieces of asphalt and then you have gravel. The definition of gravel should I think something in the trend…
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Namibia

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See all my pics from Namibia (click here)Από Μποτσουάνα για Ναμίμπια ήταν σχεδόν σαν να περνούσα από μια ευρωπαϊκή χώρα σε μια άλλη. Όλα καθαρά, όλα τακτοποιημένα, όλα άντερ κοντρόλ που λένε. Ούτε οι διάφοροι τύποι που πάντα θέλουν…

Avontuur in het Kaokoveld (Opuwo, exact 3000km) / Adventure in the Kaokoveld

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Het Kaokoveld is nog ongerepte wildernis in Namibie. Ondanks onze avonturen in de Desolation Valley wilden we het er toch op wagen de Huanib en Ganumeb rivierbeddingen te verkennen op zoek naar de woestijnolifanten. Opnieuw werden onze rij- en navigatie…

September 23rd, 2014

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Beginnersfouten, risico-inschatting en stof / beginner mistakes and dust Beroofd tijdens een reis zijn we nog nooit (afkloppen) maar in Swakopmund scheelde het weinig. Terwijl Mariëlle, Ad en Wilma boodschappen gingen doen zou ik buiten op de auto’s letten zodat…
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Stuck in Swakopmund

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Looking down at my gear shifter, sighing – damn those magic fairies, why didn’t you fix it overnight?! Sitting down on the cold concrete driveway, I get to work to remove the gear shifter from the spline. Pulling it completely…

Olie, diamanten en verdwenen koffiekopjes

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We zijn benieuwd naar het Angola dat wij alleen kennen van de televisiebeelden uit onze jeugd. Beelden van een geteisterd land vanwege een ruim dertig jaar aanhoudende en zinloze burger oorlog. Maar het is gelukkig al twaalf jaar rustig. Langs…
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Etosha Experience

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  Mike’s chance encounter with the leopard in the Erongo mountains had left the rest of us excited for some wild animal encounters of our own as we were to head towards Etosha National Park in Northern Namibia that next…
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Movin’ on!

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It’s 6 o’clock in the morning and the first light of a new day hesitantly enters the rooftop tent. I don’t need an alarm clock. Or rather: I don’t need an alarm clock anymore. I can get up when I…
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Namibia to Namaqua

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  It is hard to imagine a greater contrast in landscape from the desert and sand dunes of Namibia last week to the flower strewn meadows of South Africa’s Namaqualand where we are now. With our Kiwi friends Brian and…
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An Encounter at Erongo

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Before the past three days, the travelling I had been doing and the trip I was partaking in were two vastly different things. I had imagined a rugged trip in the African wilderness with plenty of dusty campsites, dirty facilities,…
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Onwards to Swakopmund

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My eye followed the line forward through the sandy dust until I came across Mikes bike, just a few meters ahead of me. The once deep but tidy straight tracks became wobblier and wobblier as the depth of the dust…
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Namibia

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Namibia is a tremendous contrast to the other African countries we have visited. It is much more first world and is also very sparsely populated. Elsewhere in Africa there are people everywhere, walking on every road, standing at every road…

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