Namibia is, by and large, blissfully ignorant-tourist-free. Then again, at the petrified forest, there was this exchange –
American lady: „What does petrified mean?“
Seriously, woman, you are asking a Namibian guide whose native language is !Xhosa what an ordinary English word means! It’s your language. I recommend you learn it. [end rant]
So, here are the petrified trees:
Rocks were a bit of a theme of the day, as we moved on to Twyfelfontein to the open air rock art gallery.
Kudu, the Giraffe and me…
My Alps-accustomed eyes were finally soothed by the sight of something that bore more than just a passing resemblance to a mountain. Behold the Brandberg, highest mountain of Namibia. Featuring more amazing rock art!