Jolandie Tackles Namibian Terrain

27 May

Travelling towards Windhoek (the capital of Namibia), this is Jolandie’s update in pictures and videos…

Sunday 22nd May and howling winds…

Despite the winds, Jolandie managed 100km in ONE day!!

Wednesday 25th May

Jolandie does a happy dance because the wind changed from head to tail!

Thursday 26th May

Oops, puncture again...

The big city beckons - 187km to Windhoek

Jolandie has met so many interesting and supportive people along the way – word of her ‘Cycle for Eduction’ is spreading and you can be sure that, in Windhoek, she will be met with a mighty reception!

7 Responses to “Jolandie Tackles Namibian Terrain”

  1. Iduka May 27, 2011 at 6:06 pm #

    Cape to Windhoek on a bike in one month is simply phenomenal! We are really proud of our Goodwill Ambassador!

  2. Turyatunga Bob Maahe May 28, 2011 at 9:11 am #

    Good work, Jolandie! Uganda Youth Skills Training project wishs you success in attaining Iduka’s goals too.
    And may you continue meeting good people througout your journey? Well done and please take care!

    • Iduka May 28, 2011 at 9:59 am #

      Thanks for your words of encouragement that we know Jolandie appreciates very much!!! We look forward to working with UYST in Uganda.

  3. John Ndegwa May 28, 2011 at 10:06 am #

    The wear and tear of your gadgets and the tiring of your body….and still strength to face a long journey ahead explains more why we should be more concerned with others’ welfare. If only we were all committed to support others, the world would be a better place to live. Jolandie appeals to all of us to support the cause for education, especially post-secondary… .support one student and build quality in our youth well being.

  4. JUDE THADDEUS May 30, 2011 at 11:00 am #

    Your commitment speaks of the importances of IDUKA’s mission. I appreciate your efforts because you left your love ones to embark on this cause. Your efforts will forever be praised. Along the way, if there is anything I can do to help, I will be glad to especially when it comes to mobilising.

    And be sure of a hilarious welcome to Cameroon

  5. Edith Ingutia June 3, 2011 at 2:50 am #

    Hope to meet you some time in person. Mighty welcome will surely be mighter. Go Jolandie!


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