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Ethiopia is the land of coffee, the land of culture with more than 80 tribes and the land of many highlights such as the Danakil, Bale...

The barren land of Lake Turkana

We are driving on the A2 (the northern road) towards Ethiopia. Which starts as a highway with 3 lanes on both sides slowly changes into a...

How to get a visa for Ethiopia?

Getting a visa for Ethiopia is easy. Since March 2019 the Ethiopian government made it easy for travellers and tourist flying directly on...

On the road again

After 5 months of working in Tanzania we are finally continuing our journey up north, to Egypt. People informed us, that we have to go to...

Who doesn’t want to go to Tanzania…?

The country really has everything to offer for an unforgettable holiday. Tanzania has several parks where you can enjoy the unprecedented...

Paddling, as if your life depends on it

Uganda, located between Tanzania and Rwanda in the south, Congo in the East, South Sudan in the North and Kenia in the West is called the...

Family matters

In 1914 British Officer Stewart Gore-Brown bought 10 000 acres of land near a lake, called Ishiba Ng’andu – The lake of the Royal...

Lower Zambezi National Park

On July 14th Jos and Thea visited us in Zambia. It was there first experience being on African soil and also there first experience...

The Namib Desert

Kaokaland is the northwest region of Namibia and extends south-north from the Hoanib river to the Kunene river (that also marks the...

10.000 kilometer!!

Hi everyone! We have reached the first 10.000 km, YOEPIEE!!! Normally we would write a blog but for this special occasion we would like...

Around Luderitz

The scenery towards the south coast of Namibia is breath-taking. The B4 winds through this stunning environment. Sometimes you will find...

In search of the king

To us this animal is iconic for wildlife in Africa. I am not talking about the elephant or rhino, but the king of the plains, the mighty...

The locals of Maun

In October 2015 we were in Maun for a trip into Moremi and Chobe NP. We had a great stay at Old Bridge Backpackers, which is a lodge,...

Where is my cow?

Botswana is a cattle country and most Botswana are farmers who have always owned cattle as security and a sign for wealth. Cattle is even...

Remote Kalahari

Central Kalahari situated in the hart of Botswana is one of the world’s largest game reserve. This is Africa at its most remote with game...

Thumbs up for the African Hospitality

You can say a lot of things about South Africa, but I would like to point out one particular thing that we have come across travelling...

Luck? Bad Luck?

Luck? Bad Luck? Who is to say……the thing is that we are now at this moment waiting in Port Elizabeth to get our steering fixed. During...

Baviaanskloof route

Willowmore is a village which is situated on the border of the Great Karoo. It is a perfect stop to do groceries and fill up your tank...

Garden Route

The garden route, 300 km long, stretches all the way from Mosselbaai to Storms River in the Eastern Cape. The name comes from the...