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Planning a trip to Namibia - advice please

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I travelled in Namibia with a girlfriend a number of years ago and have such good memories of the big skies, the silence, the roads with no telephone poles ! I'm considering another trip - this time with my husband and a bigger budget.
Although my first trip included the usual Nam highlights : Sossusvlei dunes, Swakopmund, Etosha - we were self-driving and did'nt have the time to get off the beaten track. This trip I'd still like to show my husband awesome Sossusvlei for example - but there MUST be a different angle. Yes I know I can see it from a balloon ! But basicallly I'd like to know what is differnt in Namibia since I was last there. And Would really like to compile ideas for an out-of-the-ordinary trip.

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