The time changed this weekend by moving an hour ahead so the result is that it is now a 6 hour time difference between Eastern Standard Time and Opuwo time. Plan accordingly.
It’s been so long not sure what happened on day 4. Day Four I believe this was the day we woke up in Palmwag and drove back to Opuwo. We headed north on a rough road and made our way through Sesfontein. I listened to a lot of music, we took a lot of detours… Continue reading Kunene Camping Trip – Day Four
A NY Times article here talks about Opuwo. This is where I live and work and may provide an alternative and perhaps socially more reputable point of view. But I ask you, what is more reputable that my point of view exactly?
That’s right. If you feel that you want something to magically disappear all you have to do is put it outside. Shirt, shoes, pans, bikes…whatever…just put it outside. This is the secret code message for please take me away as fast as possible for the owner clearly does not want me anymore. I’m pretty fortunate… Continue reading Don’t Want It? Put It Outside
Let’s see here…it’s going to be a bit hard for me to remember the days here so I’ll do my best to quickly rely some of the happens. Day Two This morning was some of the best weather I’ve had here so far. Brisk and breezy…very nice. We packed up early and were off for… Continue reading Kuene Camping Trip – Day 2
I’m a little late on getting to this but thought I’d tell you a little to go along with the videos. Day One It’s Friday and we head off around noon to go have a weekend of camping. I’m joined with Penny and Jesse, two other vols, and we’re going south. I really actually have… Continue reading Kunene Camping Trip – Day 1
I may have answered this question before, but my grandma recently asked the question: “Is the weather hot and humid there or hot and dry?” It is winter now in the southern hemisphere so things are a bit cooler than the summer. It is extremely dry and mild. The temperature is in the mid-70s (F)… Continue reading Question: What’s the Weather Like in Opuwo?
Just thought about something the other day. The average person in the world really has no idea what is going on in the world, nor do they care. What they care about is that they have some food to eat and a place to sleep. 5 liter plastic bottles seem to be the highlight of… Continue reading Opuwo vs. The Outside World
NASA has just confirmed that there is ice on Mars which means water. I wonder if they can bring some of that to Opuwo. It has now officially rained twice since I arrived in April. My eyeballs are drying out.
Unbeknownst to me, but knownst to others, Monday, May 26, is Africa Day. You may say, ‘Surely You Jest’ but I say nay. Tis truly a holiday. A little research shows that it commemorates the 1963 founding of the Organisation of African Unity (OAU)…that’s organisation with an ‘S.’ Don’t say I never taught you anything… Continue reading Africa Day