Zur Waterkant

Address: Bremer Strasse, Luderitz, Namibia | 2 star b&b
 
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This 2 star B&B is located on Bremer Strasse, Luderitz.
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        Travel Blogs from Luderitz

        Hello Atlantic, glad to see your cool breeze

        A travel blog entry by caseyamos on Oct 08, 2015

        4 photos

        The morning drive had a great stop just outside of Aus to see the wild horses that had been roaming the dessert for at least 100 years. They were not that wild, as I got close enough to stroke a couple and their befriended 2 of the by feeding them oat crackers. These bags of bones could use every calorie that they could get :) After passing kilometre upon kilometre of dessert, we reached the ghost town of Kolmanskop, an abandoned ...

        Africa Day and a public holiday - but not for us

        A travel blog entry by bwanabob on May 25, 2015

        8 comments, 55 photos

        ... Luderitz Tower where Tom did his assets audit and I briefed the controllers on PBN and the approaches we will putting in there.

        We witnessed a rare event at Luderitz - the arrival of the Air Namibia ERJ135 Embraer - and a successful departure to Oranjemund further South.

        After the Tower visit (about 3 hours) we headed into town to do a bit of tourist stuff forgetting it was a public holiday. Luckily we found one cafe open for lunch then did a ...

        Parker's Luderitz

        A travel blog entry by stprichmond1 on Jan 07, 2015

        16 photos

        ... The main fresh water supply came in by boat from Cape Town, the last people left in 1959.

        Luderitz is a nice little town on the coast that grew up around the diamond mining. stopped at a self catering apartment on Shark Island overlooking the bay. Shark Island used to be a prison camp run by Germany, when the Brits made a claim to all islands around the south west part of Africa the ...

        Kolmanskop

        A travel blog entry by montysafrica on Jul 29, 2014

        1 comment, 21 photos

        Purpose built town supporting the diamond industry in the early 1900s with the last residents leaving in 1956. The German designed buildings are slowly vanishing under the sands of the Namib desert - but De Beers, in partnership with the Namibian government, continue to mine diamonds in the restricted area on the other side of the ...

        Mars Luderitz- nous a charmés

        A travel blog entry by maa3 on Jul 08, 2014

        9 comments

        ... jours suffisent pour visiter car c'est plus l'ambiance que le nombre de choses à voir qui fait le charme de l'endroit. Historiquement, c'est ici que les Allemands ont envahi la région au 19e siècle; ce qui fut le début des hauts et surtout des bas de la colonisation allemande et plus tard sud-africaine. Ce dernier pays voulait faire de la région sa dernière province, projet manqué. Par contre, les Sud-Africains continuent d'envahir le pays, cette ...