Here are some of the things we saw in Namibia: (Remember, it's the holiday season and so everyone is gone and most things are closed.) If we'd had more time, we could have gone to the coast or up north, but we were in Namibia to work on issues in Windhoek so maybe another time.
One of the most fun things we did there was go to dinner on Saturday night. The restaurant had some very interesting foods and we at some of the most unusual.
|Elder Gubler eyeing his Kudu Stroganoff.|
|I'm getting ready to try my game platter, starting on the left with Oryx, Impala, Zebra, Crocodile and Ostrich.|
We drove around the city of Windhoek and saw some beautiful areas. Windhoek is more European than Gabs. There are manicured lawns, with real sprinklers. The streets all have signs. The architecture is definitely European instead of Chinese.
|Dutch Reform Church|
|Beautiful sunset in Windhoek|
|Sister and Elder Richins, President and Sister Wilson, our two young elders, Mkhize and Gittins and Elder Gubler.|
|Sister Wilson standing by the biggest truck I've ever seen. Instead of saying "big load" the front of the truck says "Abnormal"|
|Sister Wilson standing at the bottom of the truck|