Bastion Farmyard

B1 National Road, Mariental, Namibia | B&B
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This B&B is located on B1 National Road, Mariental.
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Travel Blogs from Mariental

Namibia

A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Mar 15, 2014

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... an Comm black out when the President is near by..... its ok with me. We had to wait for Custom and immigration which had to come from the Town to the Airport to get us cleared , they filled out about lots of receipts also for overtime since they are only open from Monday to friday 8-4 , but for $ 8 , i could hardly complain for the time the spent doing their work. There is no fuel available in Keetmanshoop , but we did not need any ...

I like Namibia

A travel blog entry by hpeier12 on Oct 27, 2013

25 photos

... one Building which was the Casino and its now an Museum whits lots of facts about the Kottmannskop where they had German schools and an whole Industry running , all prospering from getting those glitzy Stones out the earth and selling them for good money as an alternative to Paper or Fiat Money. Having seen enough of Old derelict Buildings and History went to the Airport. No surprise it is Sunday and AVGAS has not arrived yet, but will ...

Bagatelle Ranch

A travel blog entry by tori58 on Jun 08, 2013

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... a water hole. Our Nissan Pathfinder can barely make it up the path. Off on a safari drive with Castro... over the other side of the road on 7000 acres of dunes - and salt flats! oryx, springbok, ostrich, yellow mongoose, the biggest weaver nest ever AND our first meerkat!!! The drive is up and down through and over the sand dunes glowing red in the setting sun. The light on the critters ...

Arebbusch to Sesriem

A travel blog entry by sidewinders on Sep 10, 2012

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Before leaving Bagatelle we had a fantastic early morning walk along the brilliant red dunes here at the edge of the Kalahari desert. The Game Reserve operates a cheetah conservation project. The social weaver birds here were incredible with the huge nest colonies that they made in camel thorn trees. Headed southwest to Maltahoehe along the ...

Day 2 - Red dunes

A travel blog entry by sidewinders on Sep 09, 2012

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... bee-eaters, crimson breasted shrike to name but a few. Photos to follow when we have a little more time and a good signal. Bagatelle Kalahari Game Ranch is wonderful. We enjoyed a fantastic dinner around a campfire in the restaurant under a glittering star-lit sky. With no light pollution the sky here at night is absolutely breathtaking. With meerkats entertaining us back at our campsite, what else could we ask for? ...