A week in Namibia with its miles of gravel roads that take you into the most desolate of landscapes and where you can find the tastiest apple pie in the world. Here are a couple of pictures.



One of the Namib desert’s more friendlier inhabitants. This is a Namib Sand snake who didnt mind being handled.

One of Namibia’s so called “small five” the ground living Namaqua Chameleon.

…And those gravel roads that go on forever.

The Naukluft mountains once the refuge of resistance fighters


Back to the little dragon

One of the “little five” with a nasty bite, a sidewinder adder

The tiny town of Solitaire, where Moose Mcgregor makes an outstanding apple pie.

A scaly critter in a land filled with scaly critters


About Shaun Smillie

Journalist, with a love of bones, fossils and other things dug up. Fisherman and occasional beer maker.
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