Namibia – Part II

The Namib Desert runs the length of the coast of Namibia. Estimated to be 55-80 million years old it is possibly the oldest desert in the world. Needless to say, there is a lot of sand in Namibia. The sand itself is estimated to be about 5 million years old. It's unique reddish-orange color comes from the iron oxide in it. Within the portion…

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Namibia-N/a’an ku sê

Several years ago I made a trip to Namibia in southern Africa. Our first stop was at N/a'an ku sê, a wildlife sanctuary not far from Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. Established by conservationists, Marlice Van Vuuren and her husband, the sanctuary works to find ways for farmers and cheetahs and other predators to co-exist.

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