No matter how many books we read about Africa in advance, the first impression when we actually arrive in Africa is overwhelming. On the streets of Windhoek, the capital of Namibia, which recently gained independence, I saw blacks Herero, blacks Ovambo, white people and Nama people, a people neither black nor white. Dallas cowboys filter face mask. They are no longer just illustrations in the textbooks but rather the vivid people in front of me. Outside Windhoek, the last remnants of the Bushmen race of the Kalahari Desert, once crowded, are struggling to survive. But what surprised me the most in Namibia was a street sign: one of the main streets in the bustling shopping district in Windhoek called Goering Street!
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