Road Trip to Namaqualand

Looking back on our three years in South Africa, we didn’t take nearly enough road trips. The one gigantic road trip we did take was our Tour de Namibia (otherwise known in our family as “Double Buckled in the Middle of Nowhere” – watch this space for a book of that name coming out some day), taking us through big portions of South Africa and Botswana to get there.    Road trips are such a great way to get to know the country you live in. Which is why I’m pleased to bring you this blog post, via my dear friend Ina de Klerk, a veteran South African road-tripper and photographer. And you know what, in her account there won’t be any squabbling kids or spilled Cokes on the backseat, or a fight over electronic devices, as there are bound to be when I’m the one reporting about road trips with our family.    So sit back and enjoy the peaceful ride!

Dr. Livingstone, I presume…

by Ina de Klerk

If you should ask me about my favourite part of South Africa, my answer would likely be the last place I have been to. But there are some very special places that I always dream of going back to. One such place is the Northwest corner of South Africa, the outermost edge of the Northern Cape ... 

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