The termite mounds are everywhere and often provide the best view of the surroundings. [click on photos to enlarge]
Some of the coats of the wild dogs are actually quite nice with attractive patterns.
These are plentiful lizards in Okahandja and Windhoek. They can be even more colourful than this one.
We’ve seen oryx with babies south of Keetmanshoop. They are also called gemsbok.
Ostriches are common in many parts of Namibia. We’ve seen them south of Keetmanshoop.
The ostrich has the largest eye of any land animal, measuring almost 5 cm across, allowing predators such as lions to be seen at long distances.
Loads of springbok around. Yes, they do spring!
Some of these amazing homes are over twenty feet high!
Bath tub yoga.
I do believe that last week in Windhoek I enjoyed my first [warm, soaking] bath in Africa. Aahh.
Barbara and I were too late to get seats together in the kombie heading back to Keetmans from Windhoek.
Tonight I made tomorrow’s Sunday treat: Olmert’s Orange Date Bread,
This morning our neighbour, Paul, was very proud to show off his “new” bakkie. Mostly original with new accessories, wheels, roll-bar, lights and a very nice paint. Lekker!
It is very common for families of baboons to gather along the B1 and other roads. I’m guessing it is because people throw food from their cars.
Great view from up there.