Going Home to Africa

My 20 000km journey home through West Africa

Interview - The Inspired Nomads

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I was pleased to be interviewed by traveller Heather Markel who also interviews other travellers and their journey's.  Below is the interview

 

Heather Markel and Dot Bekker discuss the value of leaving stability - especially when what's keeping you stable is also keeping you tethered to unhappiness and stuff. There are some excellent insights in this interview, especially for those of you on the fence about leaving stability. You'll want to listen to this one!

Dot Bekker heads up a great girl's education charity, Kusasa. You can learn more about it at www.kusasa.africa and on Facebook at @kusasa.africa

Dot is on Facebook as @GoingHomeToAfrica and her website is www.goinghometoafrica.com

Heather blogs about her experiences at www.heatherbegins.com. If you'd like to be a future interview guest, contact heather at www.InterviewQuestionnaire.com. For other questions or feedback, email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Join our Facebook group, The Inspired Nomads

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About Dot

Dot is Zimbabwean born and raised and after having lived in Europe for 20 years she decided to return home but uniquely she decided to drive  through Africa to get there.

She achieved her dream by driving 20,000kms through 18 West African countries over 8.5 months on her own for most of the journey.  Her book of the same title will soon be launched,and you can find out more about Dot or subscribe to the Blog for more.

 

THE BOOK

If you're wondering how a 60 year old woman managed to traverse West and Central Africa in a 20 year old 2WD van on her own  ... how she managed the loss of her clutch in Nigeria, her views of passing the Sahara desert, camping at dubious hotels, managing the many, many checkpoints and never paying a single bribe ...  you can now read all about it ... https://goinghometoafrica.com/index.php/the-book

 

Kusasa Scholarship Fund

Alongside my journey I've decided to raise funds for scholarships for girl's education in Zimbabwe, find out more about that here, to contribute to the Scholarship Fund please do so here.