Namibia: the endless dusty roads

Hitting the dust is always a great experience. Usually, you slow down because you are aware of all the dangers this kind of road involves. You can find rocks, holes, slippery parts, animals and more.

Well, this doesn’t happen in Namibia, where over 36.000 km of roads are made by gravel, earth-graded or salt. And they are mostly straight. Endlessly straight.

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Cape Town Majesty

“The air you smell, the sights you see, the food you taste, the language you hear, and the feeling you get..nothing familiar. That is true freedom.”

Sometimes in Cape Town, you need just to stop while driving back home and take a breath. Wait some minutes, enjoy the view and you will be blessed with some wonderful colours.

This is Cape Town showing off all its majesty.

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Photo taken from Mouille Point, Cape Town – April 26th, 2016

Victoria Falls, Zambia’s top adventure

There is no consensus on a list of seven natural wonders of the world, but Victoria Falls is apparently there and well, you can tell me your opinion after this post.

Vic Falls presents a spectacular sight of awe-inspiring beauty and grandeur on the Zambezi River, forming the border between Zambia and Zimbabwe. Continue reading

Animals & Caves

Our journey starts in a private Game Reserve. Aquila. This reserve is a 10,000 hectare conservancy in the southern Karoo, and home to the big 5 legends of the wilderness – elephant, lion, buffalo, leopard and rhino.

In the picture below, a white rhino with his baby:

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White Rhino and his baby

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