December 3, 2021

18 thoughts on “Top Tips for Coming to Namibia 2021 | Black American in Africa #Namibia #Africa

  1. As usual Anton, you hit the ball out of the park with your videos… Blessings to you brother; for everyone would agree that you are our guide as we contemplate repatriation in our life journey to the motherland… I am sold brother and agree that Namibia is mos def a country to consider… Last, I appreciate you and all the work you do and your videos provides the insight and reassurance we need moving forward… Please stay safe and be safe out there… And till we meet… Jah bless and cool runnings… 💯💪🏾🔥👌🏾🙏👍

  2. Ngl Anton, I genuinely tune in when you are giving tips. You are a practical person. I love tip 1. Sometimes folks don't budget in teeny stuff like eating out. While I'm from a culture of almost always cooking at home, I'm well aware that once I'm in Namibia, I'll want to eat out – sampling the cuisines of the country & it adds up. I hate cooking. I start cooking when I can't survive on snacks anymore & my eyesight is getting dark because I'm on the brink of starvation

  3. Great tips! Thank you so much for posting a video about this! I appreciate how you communicate/respond with your followers. Also, thank you for being so transparent and welcoming.

  4. HI ANTON you are right Namibia does have a lot to offer….like you should go check out the welwitchia Plant or go to CROSS BARMEN and the FISH RIVER KENYAN you wi have a blast🔥

  5. I know that I'm from Namibia but the way you inspire me to live out my dream of flying to EUROPE AND THE STATES one day a REALITY and not just a FANTASY THANK YOU ANTON 🤩

  6. Folks habitually jaywalk here hence in return many drivers (mostly novice) don't respect the pedestrian right on way marks and signals. In San Antonio I got the shock of my life when I saw red and blue lights pull up behind me after jaywalking. Got off with a warning…

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