We trek directly inland from Luanda, and after a long hot day on the road we arrive at Piedras Negras just on sunset. These “black rocks” are a beautiful outcropping of huge stones, seemingly at random.
We again find the perfect wild camp, and I play with star photography late into the night while watching a lightening storm brew far away on the horizon.
Hiking around the whole area in the morning is supremely beautiful and peaceful, and I am stunned there are absolutely no tourists getting around.
Not far away we find this tank, another clear sign of Angola’s extremely troubled history.