Complete Namibia 2022 Tour Report #1 (Podcast 780)

by | Jun 20, 2022 | Podcast, Travelogue, Workshops | 2 comments

Today I start a series of posts to share our antics with you as we traveled almost completely around Namibia in my recent epic 17-day tour.

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  1. David Riddell

    “Indoor Sand Dunes” – fantastic!


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