6 ways to prevent getting up to go the toilet at night – A “Michael Hyatt” style guide.

It’s Wednesday and our bathroom renos started yesterday. By bathroom renos I mean BOTH bathrooms which means that we are without a toilet and shower. We arranged a portable toilet and shower to be placed outside in the carport about 50m away from the side door of the house, and for the moment we have … Continue reading 6 ways to prevent getting up to go the toilet at night – A “Michael Hyatt” style guide.

African shoestrings – Namibia Day Seventy-Six Botswana/Namibia

At Rundu we saw for the first time since the Fish River now some 1200 kilometres south a riverbed that actually had water! The Okavango River separates Namibia from the infamous Angola and was at the time experiencing its highest water levels for fifteen years. Considering that no other river in Namibia, except for the … Continue reading African shoestrings – Namibia Day Seventy-Six Botswana/Namibia

African shoestrings – Namibia Day Seventy five – Windhoek

In most African towns and cities there are plenty of curio and souvenir shops, a lot of them tacky and often overpriced and Windhoek was no exception, we did however find tucked away in an old renovated warehouse that once housed a brewery, the Namibia crafts centre. This place sold only artifacts and souvenirs made … Continue reading African shoestrings – Namibia Day Seventy five – Windhoek

African shoestrings – Namibia Day Seventy four – Windhoek

Spitkoppe is an attractively shaped mountain on the main drag between Swako and Windhoek (we were now heading back to Windhoek). Its been called the Matterhorn of Africa due to its similarity in shape. Well, maybe but it’s a bit like comparing Fish river Canyon with the Grand Canyon, once you've seen the real thing … Continue reading African shoestrings – Namibia Day Seventy four – Windhoek