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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... like I was supposed to, I put my board down. I rolled, sand was everywhere...it was not pretty. After getting some of the sand off (it's still not fully gone I think...) I did the next round successfully but sat out the last 4, just wasn't my cup of tea! I still enjoyed the day.
The food and coffee in Swakop was amazing and we ate like ...
... and the coastline. After lunch in Walvis Bay we went searching for the perfect flamingo photo. The lagoon had thousands of flamingoes and they were amazing to watch.. Next stop was the Swakoopmund Guesthouse. Room was pleasant but safe did not work so had to put valuables in the office safe. Started walking around town, but we're disappointed that many shops closed at 13:00 on Saturday and ...
... snow shoes.Shoveled nosed lizards raced across the dunes and it was fun watching Shawn try to catch them. He is a young guy... We just watched.
Shawn pointed out the tracks of a legless Fitsimmons Burrowing Skink that looked like a snake but it was a legless lizard. Shawn dug out the skink so that we could see it up close.
Even though we could initially see it, Shawn pointed out a camouflaged sidewinder snake with only its eyes out of the sand ...
... But lovely hot torrents of water that pour forth into perhaps the largest swimming pool I've ever seen. If you played Marco Polo in this pool you would all need walkie talkies. Some people wanted to watch a sport they call Rugby which seems pretty popular down here and with the kiwis. Not having heard of this strange activity I decided to watch a 'game' and thoroughly enjoyed watching the half men half bear people fall ...
... I explored the town checking out the local supermarket, trying a local steak pie, and shopping at the local markets. It didn't feel like we were in Africa at all. Rach and Leigh got back buzzing from skydiving. We rejoined and went for ice cream and then walked to see flamingos. For dinner we had leftover mush and then pigged out at our SECOND night at the cinema! This time we watched The Maze Runner, now that was a good movie and a brilliant day to end a good day in ...