A Road Trip through Southern Namibia
Namibia's vacant, paved highway system, low crime rate and sparce population make it an easy place to take a road trip. The photo gallery below illustrates my tour south from the capital, Windhoek, through wherever the car happened to pass, including Kokerboom (quiver tree) Forest and Giant's Playground (big boulders), Fish River Canyon, a protest sit-in in colonial Luderitz, the Kolmanskop ghost town and a dip into the Kalahari, everywhere parched and waiting for the tardy rainy season to arrive.
© Elizabeth Willoughby 2010
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