Namib in Namibia
Heading north out of South Africa I made my way into Namibia, one of Africa's most sparsely populated countries. And for good reason, Namibia is one dry country and I biked right through the Namib desert, the oldest in the world. Along the way to the wonderful valley of colorful dunes at Sossusvlei, I enjoyed fighting desert headwinds and sandy roads, drinking from wind and solar powered water holes, and watching more African wildlife at play.
Cape Town, South Africa 23/4/17 to Windhoek, Namibia 16/6/17
The day I came down with a cold I biked down into a citrus valley, the first I have been through since Colombia nearly a year ago. What are the chances, I biked right into a natural pharmacy and loaded up on Vitamin C.The OryxSpringbok and Wildebeest steaks for dinner
Off the grid 2: Storage (Elon Musk's Powerwall is an upgrade of this)
Pack of Zebras watching me curiouslyMost everyone I saw out on the sandy roads was equipped with a 4x4 and often some serious camping equipment. But old Falcor and I made it alright.Believe it or not, this barren country in South Africa will bloom full of wildflower colors come August