African shoestrings – Namibia Day Sixty eight – Terrace Bay

It didn't start well. We had to cut short the tour of the rock paintings, as Sue was once again sick. What we did see (or what I saw) of it was fascinating. Some of the works are engravings that date back over 6000 years and appear to be still as clear as the day … Continue reading African shoestrings – Namibia Day Sixty eight – Terrace Bay

African shoestrings – Namibia Day Sixty seven – Twyfelfontein

We got back to the resort in enough time to have another shower (our third) before dinner. Dinner brought us kudu steaks again and again it was the texture that put me off confirming after this second 'chew' that the kudu is safe from me in the future. Unfortunately there were no other choices so … Continue reading African shoestrings – Namibia Day Sixty seven – Twyfelfontein

African shoestrings – Lesotho Day Fifteen

That tricky river crossing was the final challenge and can you believe it wee stopped for lunch about ten minutes from there! We just wanted to get it over and done with! David & Clement had been unable to talk to each other as much because of David having to spend a fair amount of … Continue reading African shoestrings – Lesotho Day Fifteen

African shoestrings – Lesotho Day seven

Malealea Lodge is at the top of a hill right next to Malealea Village. The lodge itself is a collection of chalets, huts, a dorm and a bar/store dotted among Pine trees and areas of brown lawn. Set to one side away from the other buildings, stood a colonial style house that the old man … Continue reading African shoestrings – Lesotho Day seven