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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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we leave at 8.20 (suppose to be 8 at the latest) we stop at a mall for snacks as evening meal will be at 7. Evening meal with everyone to say goodbye Me stu Jess Laura Glenda Jo head to another bar up the strip and are later joined by Kip. Me Laura and Glenda end up at the hotel reception using the internet for an hour around midnight while Svenja joins us to connect using a suddaname of mele Maria(???). lady hamilton ...
... whether they celebrated it on a different day. Had chance for a lie down before going out for dinner, only a select group were invited to eat at the cool table so Laura,Glenda,Cassie,Jarred,Martin,Jess and I went to Napotelena. Had a good seafood platter which unfortunately was ruined by a bad prawn which wrecked my nights sleep............I won't go any further into that. We then went next door to a very quiet bar and had a ...
... a very early start ahead on Thursday to see sunrise over the dunes.
The following day was an excellent one although at 4.30am, when the alarm went, I was in need of some convincing. It was pitch dark of course and very cold. At 5.00 am we set off for the Namib Naukluft National Park to visit Namibia's iconic sand dunes. It was an hour's drive to the park entrance where we received some bad news. The gates wouldn't be opening until 7.30. ...
... such as beef stew, spinach and the local millet bread.
I have never seen a group of teenagers so readily give
things a try. We had the Maponi worms
for starter with a chilli sauce followed by the rest. Stuart took great pleasure in smashing in the
sheep’s head with a claw hammer to get to the brain which was surprisingly nice
(a bit like haggis.) Very impressive – I
hope you enjoy the pics.
... coast aptly named due to all the ships that had run aground over the years, then we started our 7 hour drive. We stopped along the way at some road side stalls and were treated by men and women of the Himba tribe who paint themselves with a mixture of oche( clay) butter and bush spices it stains their skin a burnt orange colour the women also cover their hair in this. Other than the clay they only wore a loin cloth. They were very used ...