Loubser's B&B/Self Catering

Address: 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

    Parker's Walvis Bay 1

    A travel blog entry by stprichmond1 on Jan 03, 2015

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    Short drive Swacopmund to Walvis Bay, stopping at the 1932 house, very nice but slightly strange as no staff on site, phoned and waited for someone to turn up in a taxi 20mins later and give us a key. Ah well, we were free to strip the place if we felt like it!

    Tried to drive to Sandwich Harbour 50km south of Walvis Bay, it was an old whaling port that had been abandoned in the late ...

    Day 40 day 35 of Africa trip Namib

    A travel blog entry by doddy17 on Oct 12, 2014

    ... sunset. Christine lost phone so meal at restaurant. Decides to do good team talk about feedback and don't just complain when home but when anyone has said anything goes on defensive. Tip for kip is again discussed in the group and I comment on rip for too chef, bed 22.45 alarm set for 4.30! sesriem ...

    Walvis Bay

    A travel blog entry by montysafrica on Aug 03, 2014

    11 photos

    ... 00pm on Saturday and Sunday - but a short trip out of town brought us to a huge lagoon of flamingoes - beautiful! Back in Swakopmond we visited the Mineral Museum where the largest quartz crystal is on display along with many other gems. Our last stop was at the Karakulia Weavers where we watched the locals spin the wool and hand weave items into beautiful ...

    Fog, concrete, sand, cold, wind plus illness

    A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Jul 17, 2014

    5 photos

    ... 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 ...


    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 ...