Atlantic Villa Boutique Guesthouse
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This morning we packed up camp early and hit the road. We headed towards Swakopmund the desert city. Along the way we caught glimpses of Oryx, springbok and luckily some Zebra! We stopped at the Tropic of Capricorn, and after a quick lesson for Jono we took some photos there. Swakopmund is the adventure capital of Nambia so we decided to do a quad …
By JackWhen we woke up we went to the breakfast buffet then we got ready for sand boarding. All we did was go on the big big hill for turning lessons. We were not very good at turning. It was fun going down the hill straight and fast. Ava was more interested in learning to turn. She spent more time with Bambo. Me and my Dad would go down, climb up he hill wax our boards and go down again. On our last run down I was trying to ...
... Andy: up at 4am today to see the sunrise. I've seen sunrises before but they're always fun. The sun comes up and then that's it. One day the sun will never come up so it's good to get our fill now I guess. Someone in the future who looks like a cross between Mad Max and Kevin Costner from Waterworld will be super jealous that we had a sun that wasn't on the verge of blowing itself up and it's important to consider his feelings today. So with this in mind I took my ...
... from about 38C in the core desert to about 12C by the water. It's like this all the time and continued to be that cold the whole time. I basically wore every layer I owned as I was counting on 25C or higher for the whole trip! Next morning, we did a dolphin cruise, which was more interactive than I've ever seen. We had Pelicans land on the top of our boat and hitch a ride for a while, and at the end we had a seal (prompted by an offering of fish) ...
... himself), but when virtually every restaurant in town serves at least one type of schnitzel, you know the German influence will be hanging around for a while. Our favourite stop might have been Peters Antiques which was some sort of museum and store hybrid that sold some genuinely nice African artifacts as well as some junk that would shame most garage sales.
One last long drive saw us pulling into the capital of Namibia, Windhoek, where we said our final goodbyes ...