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Namibia 7 Feb. Welcome to Namibia. Before going further, here are some fast facts about this country--feel free to gloss over them if you simply can’t wait to read all about our “adventures”. Namibia is located in southern Africa. It borders South Africa, Angola, Botswana, Zambia, and the Atlantic ocean. Its name is derived from the Namib, which is considered to be the oldest desert in the world. It has a population of 2. 1 million people, which is the second-lowest population density of any sovereign country, after Mongolia. With a total area of 318,772 square miles, it is the world’s 34th largest country, after Venezuela. There are 9 official national languages and probably a dozen more official regional ones. It is home to numerous ethnic groups including the San (or Bushman) people who are the descendents of the original inhabitants of Africa. Namibia has the least rainfall of any country in sub-Saharan Africa. Finally, Namibia is divided into five geographical areas, each with its own unique features. For our trip, we will be traveling through several of them, including the Kalahari and Namib deserts. We will be starting in the center of the country, arriving in the city of Windhoek, renting a 4x4 and then self-driving north as far as Etosha National Park, west to the Kaokoveld, south to the coastal city of Swakopmund, southeast to Sossusvlei,... So here goes nothing: It was sort of a long slog getting to our destination, with one flight delay, leading to a missed connection. This meant we were too late upon arrival at Windhoek to pick up our rental car, and consequently we had to be transported by van to our pension. By the time we laid our heads to rest, we’d gone through 44 hours of travel time (28 hours of flights and 16 hours of layovers/delays). Initial thoughts: Flying into Windhoek, I had a window seat on the plane. As we descended, I kept looking for lights from homes, cities, etc. The thought did occur to me, “What are we doing, why are we doing, what’s this going to be like. Once we’d all disembarked the plane via exterior stairs onto the ground, I couldn’t help noticing the bugs on the tarmac. Big, meaty-looking things. Like squished dates. The wheels on our suitcases were rolling through them. We got to the entrance to the terminal, and Bill pointed out more attacking the lights adjacent to us. Uh oh. However, we’d been around many bugs in our travels. It had just been a long time, so not to worry. Next, the drive to our accommodation. I’d previously mapped it out in our pre-trip days, envisioning a gleaming city, modern airport and roadways, and it looked like maybe a 7 minute drive. More like 30, and there was absolutely nothing to see. I couldn’t keep my eyes open much, and every time I did, I kept expecting to see gas stations and hotels, but no. I must have slept through the drive into the small city but awakened in time to see ourselves traversing through winding streets... Guess Windhoek has a crime problem. Anyway, we turned in at a gated wall and were deposited to our place of crashing. Ate a nice breakfast, served by a nice Austrian woman, then got picked up for transport to the car rental outfit. Fortunately it wasn’t by the airport, but rather a local place. We were there forever, as the attendants showed Bill every aspect of our Toyota 4x4 including how to operate an air compressor, how to remove the spare tire, and what to do if someone steals your license plate. (Sometimes when you park your car and go to shop, thieves will steal your plate and wave it at you to get you to stop as you leave the parking lot, whereupon they request money to return the plate. Eventually, we were given the green light to go and precariously made our way out of the driveway trying not to hit the building. We promptly got lost and went in a circle but eventually found the place. No one stole our license plate, fortunately. Then it only took us one U-turn to find the Shell station and top off the dual tanks of.
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