Andrew travels to Namibia, a country of astonishing beauty, vanishing cultures and truly bizarre foods. He embarks on a quest to meet the Himba, a remote, semi-nomadic tribe whose way of life hasn't changed ...

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Otjikaendu Den

Andrew goes to a 'smiley den', an eatery serving whole roasted animal heads and other traditional foods, including rancid fat drippings and roasted cow tongue.

Katutura Township, Windhoek, Namibia

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Oshetu Market

Andrew tours this relatively new market in the township that specializes in traditional tribal foods. The main attraction at the market is the open-air butchers.

Katutura Township, Windhoek, Namibia

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Dordabais Conservation Area

Andrew goes on a traditional walk and stalk hunt with a professional hunter from the Ovambo tribe. Andrew bags a 600 pound blue wildebeest.

Windhoek, Namibia

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Walvis Bay

Andrew and veteran oysterman Henning Duplessis clean and rotate his oyster cages. Andrew tries one of Henning's secret stashs of giant 4-year-old oysters.

Walvis Bay, Namibia

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Purros Himba Village

Andrew visits a Himba village to experience the tribe's traditional life, including butchering and eating a goat for dinner with the tribe.

Purros, Namibia


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