Two and half years ago I had to leave my Yellow Monster behind in Namibia and today I finally got back my deposit for the Carnet de Passages en Douane. So what is this Carnet, why did it take so long to get the deposit back, and how did I get my exit stamp in Namibia? That’s what I’m going to share with you.
These two wonderful people have helped Sander and me enormously after our unfortunate accident in Namibia.
On the right Hannes, 20 minutes after the accident he and his wife were the first ones on crashsite and gave us fantastic support and first aid. On the left Servaas, our Dutch Consul in Windhoek, who on the evening of King’s Day(!) awaited us after the ambulance flight on the Windhoek airport and supported the successive days enormously while we were hospitalized.
This morning they received a present from us that a friend of Sander has delivered for us in Windhoek.
For two weeks I have been busy with the paperwork around the accident and waiting for the answer from the Namibian customs. Tomorrow I’m leaving for Cape Town, I have waited long enough. Next week Thursday, hopefully, I’ll be back in NL!
Last Tuesday Paul and Kate picked me up in Windhoek to arrange things around the car. The recent days we have been busy with picking out the luggage, paperwork at the police and customs and finding a buyer for the wreck. Now a weekend in Lüderitz and Monday and Tuesday ticking off the last points. And then… I can travel with Paul and Kate to Cape Town, so that I can finish the adventure in a way. And Sander, he arrived safely in NL this morning!
Dear friends, troubles here in Namibia, I lost control of the wheel last weekend and crashed. Sander and I in the hospital and the Yellow Monster total loss. Physically I’m already recovering considerably. I need to arrange some things here and then come back to NL in a few weeks. End of the adventure 🙁