Loubser's B&B/Self Catering

3 rd Str West No:11, Walvis Bay, Namibia | B&B
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This B&B, located on 3 rd Str West No:11, Walvis Bay, is near Twyfelfontein.
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    Travel Blogs from Walvis Bay

    Benguela Current

    A travel blog entry by africabound14 on Sep 03, 2014

    ... without a sign of life. It is devoid of colour, such a contrast to the country we have just travelled through. Tall double rows of power pylons stand like sentries over the horizon.

    The cold Benguela current travels up the coast from Antarctica, creating chilly winds & fog as the warm desert air meets the sea air. It has it's benefits though, as we enjoy delicious local oysters & freshly caught Kingklip at Anchor, a great family run restaurant on the waterfront.
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    Fog, concrete, sand, cold, wind plus illness

    A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Jul 17, 2014

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    ... fact that no one seemed to know much about it. When I said “we probably cannot visit the island”, he would have none of it.


    We eventually did track it down between two new condo developments (ghost towns). It was a large man made platform about 200m off the coast accessible by a sort of ski lift with no safety bars on the chairs. Just about the wind swept seas I could just make out some birds on the platform. Workers (maybe from Angola) were ...

    Touchdown

    A travel blog entry by j.myers on Jul 04, 2014

    3 photos

    ... surprisingly nice and didn't look to different from a British School. What was incredible was how these kids relished being there, in a way which puts Western children to shame. Their thirst for education and motivation to achieve was undeniable.

    Unfortunately the real problem then presented itself.

    In Namibia a wide array of tribal languages are spoken, even in a small town like Swakopmund. The teachers must teach in English, it is ...

    At Sea

    A travel blog entry by steve874 on Apr 11, 2014

    ... separate ways and down to dinner and a rare full table, after there to the Curzon for another different act, the Lomax Brothers, a piano act who did all sorts of music sometimes playing the piano between them. Last night the act was from Accrington, tonight the guys were from Rossendale :-) a Northern takeover. Down to the Pennant bar for a drink under the stars, then a glass or two of red in the cabin ...

    Walvis Bay, Namibia

    A travel blog entry by peteranderica on Apr 09, 2014

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    ... at the foot of the dunes. A strange sight. We parked at the foot of the dune, which is 167 metres high. Another group of passengers from the ship was already there. We spent about a half hour taking photographs and climbing part way up the dune but it was already hot and the sand was almost too hot to touch. We noticed some very large winged insects flying about the trees, but nobody knew what they were. It was then time to drive on. We continued driving through ...