Photo Post

The sleeper suite Keetmanshoop to Windhoek

Life is Good…on the StarLine sleeper suite Keetmanshoop to Windhoek

Petrol stop Heading East in the Kombi: Rundu to Kongola

Petrol stop Heading East in the Kombi: Rundu to Kongola. [click pics to enlarge]

Barbara with Exile and Albertina walkin the walk.

Barbara with Exile and Albertina walkin the walk.

https://youtu.be/HbA-gkRSM9o sample trek to give you a sense of it

Sunrise in Balyerwa Conservancy

Sunrise in Balyerwa Conservancy

Time to start the count walk.

Time to start the count walk.

One of our guards was Michael of the Namibian Police. This is at the end of one walk while waiting for our lift back to base camp.

One of our guards was Michael of the Namibian Police. This is at the end of one walk while waiting for our lift back to base camp.

Pain X 5

Pain X 5

So grateful to JT for loaning her tent!

So grateful to JT for loaning her tent!

You will find this park in the Caprivi strip.

You will find this park in the Caprivi strip.

We saw impala on the game count...unlike this photo they were streaks dashing through the bush. We did not get a good look of any of the antelope.

We saw impala on the game count…unlike this photo they were streaks dashing through the bush. We did not get a good look of any of the antelope.

 

Counted one roan bounding through the trees at some distance.

Counted one roan bounding through the trees at some distance.

Counted one sable in the woods. Wish we had a good look.

Counted one sable in the woods. Wish we had a good look.

We counted several zebra in the bush, but got a good look at a small herd crossing the paved road on our way back to base camp.

We counted several zebra in the bush, but got a good look at a small herd crossing the paved road on our way back to base camp.

Saw two elephants, but not while on the count.

Saw two elephants, but not while on the count.

Enjoyed a small family of malbrouck's that lived off the camp leftovers.

Enjoyed a small family of malbrouck’s that lived off the camp leftovers.

I really enjoyed watching about sixty baboons of all ages cross the road just outside the camp.

I really enjoyed watching about sixty baboons of all ages cross the road just outside the camp. Animal photos are not by me. Rather they are copied from other www sites.

Saw a bunch of these dik dik on the way back to Rundu. They are tiny and dainty.

Saw a bunch of these dik dik on the way back to Rundu. They are tiny and dainty.

Let's not make a mountain out of a termite hill.

Let’s not make a mountain out of a termite hill.

Inside and outside the camp you have to watch your step. They're not wet or squooshy, but one can trip over them.

Inside and outside the camp you have to watch your step. They’re not wet or squooshy, but one can trip over them.

https://youtu.be/yAoMCNhVQUk < on the road to Kongola with Esterline and Barbara

While these banded mongoose are mostly up north, I saw one rummaging across the street from the PCN offices in Windhoek.

While these banded mongoose are mostly up north and at Etosha, I saw one rummaging across the street from the PCN offices in Windhoek.

The ladies of Keetmanshoop produced these popular products. Find Karas Huisen Crafts on Facebook!

The ladies of Keetmanshoop produced these popular products. Find Karas Huisen Crafts on Facebook!

Katerina and Barbara discuss the Karas Huisen Crafts stall at Namibia Craft Centre in Windhoek.

Katerina and Barbara discuss the Karas Huisen Crafts stall at Namibia Craft Centre in Windhoek.

Dinner with the Best at Garnish Restaurant

Dinner with the Best at Garnish Restaurant

Patrick did a fine job of managing, presenting and facilitating. Impressive young man!

Patrick did a fine job of managing, presenting and facilitating. Impressive young man!

Some of the best volunteers on the planet...right there...together again.

Some of the best volunteers on the planet…right there…together again.

Kim [support] and Ally [supported] are amazing. This is by the pool at Out of Africa Town Lodge.

Kim [support] and Ally [supported] are amazing. This is by the pool at Out of Africa Town Lodge.

NICE JOB! Thank you.

NICE JOB! Thank you.

In my 15 months in Namibia I have been proud that I have never thrown even the tiniest trash on the ground. This little blue phone credit is an example. Too many Namibians demonstrate how they can defile the face of their beautiful land by tossing trash to the wind.

In my 15 months in Namibia I have been proud that I have never thrown even the tiniest trash on the ground. This little blue phone credit is an example. Too many Namibians demonstrate how they can defile the face of their beautiful land by tossing trash to the wind.

About Steve Link

In Namibia with the U.S. Peace Corps July 2014 - July 2016. View all posts by Steve Link

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