At this point in our journey we met a Himba gentleman called Kenamajo. Kenamajo lived in this kraal and was headed to Opuwo, our next stop. He was the only one in the Kraal who could speak English and he wanted to have t-shirts made so that when tourists like came past he could generate some income as a guide.
We offered to give him a lift and along the way found his knowledge of the area invaluable. As a result, I ended up employing him for the duration of the trip as a translator.
To give you an idea, we were on this trail for around 10 days and didn't see another vehicle. If you break down here and can't fix it - you're on foot.
These rocks are at the bottom of the pass and have the names of the people and vehicles that had made it down alive.