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Bremer Strasse, Luderitz, Namibia | 2 star b&b
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A travel blog entry by sheilacruise


... but never really finding it!!! The heat at 9am is quite unbearable, thankfully I brought my sun shade along. The locals are friendly enough and are happy to stop and chat but in reality there's nothing here. Why P & O put this port on the itinerary I don't know. It's a very small town, apparently there are 13,000 residence but it doesn't even feel that big. There are a couple of ...


A travel blog entry by steve874


... the 4 of us had a beer and then went up to the Orangery for some lunch. Deck 13 was in order then in nice warm sunshine and we stayed up there until about half 3. Succumbed to a power nap after that, lunchtime drinkies :-( Dinner and four of us as is the norm, didn't fancy the show so one in the Nest and then down to sample our Namibian red wine :-) Got stuff ready for tomorrow and watch some TV. Nothing special from country 59 really but we've been :-) ok if you like sand ...

Early Flight

A travel blog entry by hpeier12


... where on the way south of AUS .we spotted hundreds of Wild Horses , population growing from the few Horses the German's left behind when the left the Diamond Fields in Kolmanskook in 56 after no more Diamonds could be found easily. Namibia's Deserts are very diverse , you can see from bright orange to black and green covered grounds to almost any shade between depending on the Light. We checked in by an German Couple 's B&B Wasserkant and Hungry quickly left to have a ...

Art Nouveau meets mining town

A travel blog entry by elaineeustace


... early in the 20th century. It is now a ghost town but still retains the streets and the buildings of a major centre - casino and entertainment hall, bank, bakers, butchers etc. And of course the mining buildings which are still used today. The streets are now covered in sand and the buildings being infiltrated by the creeping desert.The site was so prolific the diamonds could initially be found by crawling across the ...

The Diamond Apocalypse

A travel blog entry by peteindira


... old Bavarian homes. It's isolation also makes it feel quite a bit like being at the edge of the world.

We came here for something different after days and days of sand dunes and the fishing village vibe did not disappoint. Unfortunately, we had to pre arrange a reservation for staying at Fish River Canyon tonight, so one night is all we got. Too bad, as it would have been a great place to chill out for a longer ...

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