Reading List: Namibia

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Following the theme of the month, we return to Africa, where Christina, founder of Willamette Intl Travel, and her honorable husband are escorting a group of travelers across the Namibian Desert.

If you didn’t catch our previous post on Namibia, check it out here. More good African reading here.

Our Reading List: Namibia

National Art Gallery of Namibia, Art in Namibia: National Art Gallery of Namibia.

319M2DD914L._UY250_Joseph Diescho, Born of the Sun: a Namibian Novel and Troubled Waters. One of the country’s few native born novelists.

Paul Theroux, The Last Train to Zona Verde: My Ultimate African Safari. Theroux’s challenging travelogue from Cape of Good Hope to Namibia and Angola.

Colin Leys and Susan Brown, Histories of Namibia: Living Though the Liberation Struggle.

Lynne Tinley, Drawn from the Plains: Life in the Wilds of Namibia and Mocambique. Two ecologists explore and survive life in Namibia.

Ed O’Loughlin, Not Untrue and Not Unkind. An emotional account of journalists that the author met in Africa.

Peter Orner. The Second Coming of Mavala Shikongo. A spectacular book about a boarding school in rural Namibia.


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