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... is dry, sparsely vegetated and somewhat mountainous, but is used for large cattle ranches that dot the landscape at very large spacings from each other. Since it requires nearly 50 acres of land in this desolate environment to support just ONE large grazing herd animal, the ranches have to be large!
We arrive in Windhoek at 8:45am, and relax in the Wilderness Lounge until our pilot, Andre Schoeman, comes to meet us at 9:45am and take us out for ...
... or electricity they have a water pump which they call the water ATM as you load a card with money and use it to get water out of the water tower, no money no water. We visited the dramara area of the township. Our first stop was to the local medicine women, they believe if you are born within your amnionic sack (waters) you have special powers and are a prized member in the community. We got to look at all her herbs, roots, leaves and ...
... pra contemplar o mar no topo de uma duna do deserto! Fantástico!!! E pra completar a diversão, outra parada numa mega duna pra fazer sandboard, o famoso "esquibunda" do nordeste brasileiro. Só que aqui é no deserto e vamos de cara deslizando em alta velocidade aquelas montanhas de areia. Sensacional!
O frio ao cair a noite é congelante, e nada melhor que um pub pra acolher toda essa galera animada. Estávamos deliciosamente exausto, e tivemos mais outra noite deliciosa!
... Chris was unfortunately stung by a scorpion! Be careful when turning over the rocks!!! Swakopmund has a very chilled vibe with plenty of adrenaline sports. We visited a township on the first day which was very interesting. 7000 people living in a very small space. Again everyone was so friendly and happy. We went to a local pub there too and ate fried worms. Nice!! The next day we head off to do sand boarding! Oonagh is a pro almost straight away! Really good effort as she ...
... 80). Others in the group had the chance to go quad biking, go on a dolphin cruise and more. After Swakopmund we went to Cape Cross where we visited a seal colony. It was incredible!! There were so many seals and it was like looking at a live page of "Where's Waldo" as I looked at all the hilarious things happening. The one sad part was where seals were killed by jackels and other animals and were left amongst the living to rot. This also caused a very awful smell ...