Tag Archives: Namibia

Coming Home

Apparently everyone who goes abroad for some time goes through the four H-phases: Honeymoon Hostility Humor Home Reflecting back on my three months in Mayana I can defenitely vow to that. In the beginning the whole setting in Mayana felt … Continue reading

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Amazingly Beautiful Namibia! 

While touring Namibia I heard a little voice in my head saying “I hate Overlanders” or “tourists just come for landscapes and animals, not for the people” – you know who put that voice into my head, right?! 😉 So far … Continue reading

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Doing the Touristy Stuff

First of all: I made it back into Namibia! I was very worried about that since the visa regulations are somewhat strange and the more I checked different resources the more confusing it got. I found different embassy or travellers’ pages … Continue reading

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Never Forget, Never Regret

Besides letting you know how intense saying goodbye to everyone was I also want to take the time to reflect my experience as an interim adviser in Mayana. First of all I have to give MCP my deepest respect for … Continue reading

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Who is scared of the Sirumbu?

In Germany when I was growing up my grandma played a game with us roughly translated to “Who is afraid of the black man?” and my parents have pictures of me from a family vacation to Kenya, when I was … Continue reading

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Prep Camp

After an early start on Saturday, I made my way to the Alsace – by train of course. And because I was so excited to meet Monika in person for the first time and trillions of questions were swirling around my head, there … Continue reading

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