Within seconds of stopping we caused a traffic jam.
Beauty all around to behold – Angola
Very dusty bumpy highways throughout Angola
A broken helicopter from the recent war – Angola
On and on the dusty road goes – Angola
A very quiet market stall – Angola
Friendly villages – Angola
Happy, cheerful faces always there to greet us – Angola
Mortar potholes from the recent war in Angola make it so much more real!
African watering hole
theTvillage life is hard but so much cleaner than the cities – Angola
Old war tank -Angola
Our big “Yellow Turtle!” – Angola
Cows overhead – Angola
Angola life, working hard
Slightly unexpected and calming.
Carrying loads on their heads is the norm in Africa.
Luanda by night. Our campsite view – Angola
More great scenery on our bumpy journey – Angola
Gorgeous Angola countryside
Bags of peat moss for sale.
Setting up camp for the night by the South Atlantic Ocean -Angola
Angola Reserve Bank (BNA) Luanda
Harbour of Luanda where we camped for the night -Angola
Wow a beautiful new road almost ready to drive on but not quite 😦 so we drive the red dusty sides for hundreds of miles. – Angola
Stopping at the roadside to restock on food
Beautiful scenery – Angola
Passing by small settlements – Angola
Driving south through Angola to Namibia
Passing through lots of small villages, driving south to Namibia – Angola
Camping in Luanda Yacht Club parking lot in the harbour -Angola
Beautiful Africa stained with modern pollution -Angola
We were horrified by the mountains of garbage piled high while driving into Angola’s capital city, Luanda
Following our comrades into Luanda, Angola’s capital city
Making our way into the capital city, Luanda in search of a place to stay – Angola
Angolan villages and views as we cross the country
This road looks good!
Rivers are always pretty to see
Our flooded camp after a night of rain – Angola
If you would like to view more photos check out our Angola photo essay here