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    Aus, Southern Namibia, Namibia
    Stay at the Klein Aus Guest Farm about two miles from Aus. We opted for a rock cabin but you can upscale if you wish. The cooking at the farm is outstanding!! This is one of the most interesting parts of Namibia where the Aus Mountains meet the desert. Take a hike or if you not adventurously inclined, a drive through the desert to explor the Namib, the world's oldest desert and, some say, the cradle of humankind.
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    Namibia
    A good way to travel from Namibia to South Africa or inside one of those countries is the Capeliner or Sleepliner Bus. It's comfortable and stops at all bigger towns.
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    Namibia
    This is the place where you can fulfill your African dreams. You're free to travel on your own. You can find your way easily and in the same time you are in full nature or wilderness. You can find supplies in most of the towns and head of for the bush for as long as you wish. You'll find a absolutly stunning and exciting landscape all over the country. And if you wish to see animals there is Etosha N.P. with its enormous variety of wildlife. You can meet wonderful people and at same time have a most delicious meal in a very fancy restaurant. and.... and.... and Contact me to know more about my favorite place on earth.
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    Windhoek & Central Namibia, Namibia
    If you have a day to spend in Windhoek, go sightseeing. The best way (cheaper and better) is not to take those red/yellow tour buses. Talk to a taxi driver in town. They are used to do tours with tourists for reasonable prices, and you can focus your tour on the places of your interest.
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    Gobabis, Windhoek & Central Namibia, Namibia
    If you are backpacking and intend to go from Gobabis to Maun, it will not be an easy task. It is like a short journey, I would say, once there is no public transportation to there. The only way is hitching. First of all, make sure you already have Botswana's currency, because you will need money there and there is no place to exchange after leaving Gobabis. At Gobabis' exit to botswana border, there is a gas station where you can try to get a lift, it is a safe place, ask the attendant to help you. Do not cross the border whether it is dark, unless your ride is till Maun. Always travel during the day by safety. The drivers expect you'll pay them for the lift, so you must make a deal before get in the truck. There are many trucks departing at dawn, so do not worry if you have to wait so long.
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