Sossusvlei is in my opinion one of the nicest places in Namibia. So it was almost predictable that after seeing my family and having enjoyed the best parts of the country the travel fatigue set in. We were riding this crappy gravel road and slowely the thought of just riding to Cape Town creeped into my head. We actually wanted to see Luderitz, a town located on the coast. But after talking to the guys, it turned out they all felt the same. No more detours. Let's just finish this!! The navigation was set on Keetmanshoop and off we went. In Helmeringshausen we stopped to look for a campsite and some food. The campsite wasn't really special so we only got some dinner and opted for a wildcamp. While having dinner two South African bikers pull up. One on a Teneré and one on a new Africa Twin. They walk into the lobby and ask to use the free Wifi. The owner tells them it's only for hotel guests. Voices raise and a couple of minutes later they are fighting on the street. Afterwards we heard they had a problem with one of the chains and they wanted to research something, but still, fighting over free Wifi ... So that was our introduction to South African bikers. Luckily we met a lot of friendly ones as well!! Longing for camping in the wild again we found a nice flat patch near the road, just out of town. While setting up camp and getting a fire going, we enjoyed a couple of cold Windhoek Draughts we took from the shop. Best beer in Namibia!! Bethanien on a sundaymorning is comparable with the Skeleton Coast. There is nothing going on. The only thing in funtion was a fuel station, but other than fuel there was nothing. So we got some breakfast in Keetmanshoop and headed south on the main road. Fish river canyon is supposed to be one of the biggest canyons in the world. But we just couldn't be bothered to go there. After three months on the road I have seen so many things that my mind is saturated, it's a shame but that's how it goes.. another this, another that.. And you have to leave something for when you get back right... So when we past the sign we just kept going south and eventually we came across a sign that said 'South Africa'. Alright that is pretty cool, almost there guys!! To keep the tradition alive, just before Noordoewer we got soaked in a massive thunderstorm. Great! After the rain super hot winds started blowing, so it was a full wash and dry program for us. Pitched our tents on a campsite in Noordoewer with a braai, bar, swimmingpool and a amazing view. After a couple rounds in the pool, at the snooker table and at the bar I was done for the day. But what a day it was, tomorrow we will cross the border into South Africa. After all these countries, borders, kilometers, just one more border to cross.