Namibia’s Biggest Online Sale – Voomka.com
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Namibia’s Biggest Online Sale – Voomka.com

So…. It’s finally here! Namibia now has it’s very own ONLINE SHOPPING website, and it’s called Voomka.com!! Voomka.com is really offering a wide variety of products including electronics and computer hardware, software, kitchen appliances and much more.  They deliver to your door, anywhere in Namibia! YAY!!! I’ve been seeing ads for Voomka.com all over Facebook, so I decided to … Continue reading

Night of the Loving Dead – Interviewing THFHG
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Night of the Loving Dead – Interviewing THFHG

It’s Valentine’s Day.  I’m single. It’s Windhoek, Namibia.  Where does one go for a fun night? I made THE BEST choice by going to a Valentine’s gig of the band, THE HUNT FOR HIGHER GROUND, with a… wait for it…. ZOMBIE THEME!!! My outfit: The Night of the Loving Dead was a gig organized by … Continue reading

The Living Desert
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The Living Desert

I’m sure most of you have heard about the famous coastal region in Namibia, where massive red sand dunes touches the Atlantic ocean.  The Dorob National Park in the Namib Desert is home to the most unique little creatures that you would never have known about if you haven’t gone on Living Desert Adventures‘  Tour run … Continue reading

Stadtmitte – Namibia’s Starbucks
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Stadtmitte – Namibia’s Starbucks

The Stadtmitte Cafe is like a breath of fresh air in the historical town of Swakopmund.  Swakopmund is a holiday destination for most Namibians and when you have been going to the same old restaurants for more than 20 years you are bound it get a bit over them.  Stadtmitte Cafe is a lovely NEW … Continue reading

Discovering The Dancing Kudu
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Discovering The Dancing Kudu

Twyfelfontein, (meaning “uncertain spring” or “fountain of doubt”) is situated in the Kunene Region of north-western Namibia.  Twyfelfontein consists of a spring in a valley surrounded by sandstone, which has hidden historic rock engravings all over the table mountain slopes.  UNESCO (United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization) approved Twyfelfontein as Namibia’s first World Heritage Site in 2007. … Continue reading