Last week was hectic, with work meetings in Tsabong and Sowa (thankfully the company stumped up for me to fly to and from Francistown, so not entirely awful).
Now I’m back in Tsabong to do some site measurements with our South African stainless steel fabrication specialist, and true to form I only escaped Gaborone at 1400. It’s about 550km, of which the first 100km is a traffic filled road to/from hell and the remainder punctuated by livestock and potholes. The last 150km were done after sunset. Continue reading “When The Stars Come Out”
Botswana is on one of the main transit routes from the coast (Durban, Walvis Bay) and the South African industrial hub (Johannesburg) so we get lots of interesting stuff passing through for domestic consumption and in transit to the north (Zambia, Democratic Republic of Congo, even Tanzania).
Here are some terribly exciting pictures of big things (and a few normal sized trucks) seen on the roads of Botswana: