It was the most amazing experience being in such a rural village, among the dunes and salt pans.
I did have the most delicious biltong I have ever had – made by the amazing farmer, Kruger and his wife Johanna, who will take you in as one of her own and look after you with the greatest hospitality.
I stayed in the Post Office guest house, which really functioned as a post office 100 years ago.
The town of Askham is filled with incredible history and rustic beauty.
I ate Kalahari truffles ('N abbas), ashbread and gemsbok steak. I was also showed where to find kalahari watermelons, which will keep you hydrated.
I drank sweet muscadel from the orange river 200km away and stared up at the billions while feeling the warmth of a fire on my back.
I met one of the last people in the world who can speak the language N/u – an old, old lady, with the sweetest disposition.