We are so happy to see more and more Namibians get into content creating, starting their own blogs and YouTube channels because it means we get to consume our own stories. Even better, we get to tell them ourselves.
Here’s a list of some Namibian content we’ve been enjoying lately.
If these ladies aren’t on your favourite Namibian content creators list, then who is?
They are on ours and if we aren’t binge watching their YouTube channel then we are stalking their Instagram.
We caught up with the twins, Lisette and Liselle So-oabes, to let us in on their travel adventures and plans for their brand.
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I’d knocked off early one afternoon, had gotten into my PJs and was in bed ready to Netflix my night away. I lived 3 mins away from a Dixie shop (the uSave of Russia). I knew I’d be in and out, so all I needed was my coat and snow boots. I grabbed my keys and a 500 Ruble note which comes to about N$112 and left.
There’s no better hashtag in Namibia than #sharemynamibia. Not only does it inspire us travel our country more it also shows the world the beauty that is Namibia.
Lucky for us, and the world, Anchor Adventures is here to guide and give us the best travel experience. We chat to the founder, Lubowski Khadila, about the services they offer.
Jambo (a Swahili greeting when translated to English means) Hello!
It’s been well over a couple of days since I arrived home from my trip to Zanzibar. I’ve finally managed to pen down my experience and I hope it gets to help many of you, who have been asking me about it, carefully plan yours as well.
We are back with our “Bloggers We Love” series, and first up is the beautiful Ndapanda Haininga of ndapanda.co who has us glued to her blog making us want to travel more than our bank accounts allow.
If you’re travelling this holiday, we have one two words for you!
One of my favorite European cities visited yet, has to be Brussels. Having arrived into the city from Paris, perhaps a change in location was much anticipated due to the less dense population of Brussels compared to Paris. Having visited the city twice already, some of the things I always look forward to when in Brussels are; Belgium waffles, chocolate and trying out one of the many choices of Belgian brewed ales.
My guess is that we as people are much bolder at making romantic advances towards complete strangers, especially foreign strangers, because the likelihood of ever seeing them again is close to nil. I mean, what’s the harm right? You get to enjoy each other’s company in whichever way you choose, to end up parting ways with no strings attached, should that be choice.