We just got back. I’ll keep you updated on our arrival time back at school. I will send a group text to all parents to let you all know.Read More It’s 6.22 and the eagle has landed.
So we finally made it. After just under 2 weeks we have returned to where we left from but hopefully slightly different to when we did. On our night under the stars in Spitzkoppe, we reflected on what our favourite bits of the trip were. The general feeling was one of gratitude and the hope […]Read More The last night at Joe’s Beerhouse
So we’re finally reaching the last stage of our trip; off to Spitzkoppe before returning to the capital. The end of our journey finishes with a night of wild camping under the shadow of the monolithic peaks of Spitzkoppe. These vast granite mountains are the result of erosion that has worn out the remnants of […]Read More To Spitzkoppe here we go and Windhoek we return.
This morning we were out of the gate as soon as it opened to catch the sunrise. We were heading for the Etosha Salt pan, 4500 square kms of ancient dried lake that covers at least 1/4 of the National park. Once there we did our best to take some photos that made use of […]Read More Time for the Etosha salt pan.
After a rather long drive, and chance to top up on shopping, we got to Etosha national park on Friday afternoon. The students were very happy to see the pool, even though they wouldn’t get a chance to go in it until the next day. We have been super lucky and seen some amazing game, […]Read More Etosha catch up… sorry for the delay.
After an early wake up, breakfast of tea and coffee with homemade cinnamon and raisin bread, we left only 10 minutes after the planned time of 7.30. We now have a 5-6 hour journey north to Etosha national park. This will be a test of their patience as much of it is on dirt road. […]Read More And we’re off…
To finish the day we went for a beautiful walk through the bush to hike up a pretty substantial kopje (granite rock). From there we could see for 100’s of kilometres into the Namibian countryside with mountain ranges in the far distance. I think everyone was blown away by how breathtaking it was.Read More A trek through the bush, finished with a side order of African sunset.