Earths-Ends

Blog 28 by Tan: Life is Boring Without a Bit of Spark I’m not going to lie. The blog is likely to be a boring one, which I hope people will...

Blog 27 by Tan and Mick: Smack Dat Ass TAN’S VIEW:  The roads in the north of Ovamboland are flat and straight and lined with a menagerie of animals, including many...

Blog 26 by Tan: Last Dance in Kaokoland Even with Van Zyl’s completed, there was still hundreds of kilometers of off-road riding to be done to get out of oblivion and...

Blog 25 by Mick: Godzilla Pass   Tanya and I have been keeping a travel diary on this trip so we can keep track of what we have been doing and...

Blog 24 by Tan: STOP! Himba Time! We had a somewhat restless sleep despite our fatigue as I was far from comforted by the campsite custodian’s response to my question of...

Blog 23 by Mick: Up the Ganamub Without a Paddle At least we got some semi-working internet with our horrifically expensive camping at Palmwag Lodge. But with that I got a...

Blog 22 by Tan: Nothing Like a Flash Flood to Keep Things Interesting   We were informed by the guy at the Skeleton Coast gates that the 4×4 route that hugs...

Blog 21 by Mick: Alive on the Skeleton Coast   Was it ever nice to be riding again! We had run a few little errands before leaving civilisation, and with those...

Blog 20 by Tan:  Hurry Up and Wait Even though Mick’s engine was running fine, it was making a slight but undeniable rattle/knocking noise. As much as we would have liked...

Blog 19 by Mick: Knock knock? Go Away! Being our second visit to Lüderitz we were far more on the ball, not just knowing the opening hours of Kolmanskop, we were...