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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... and we were sent up into the sky on a little plane that we would not be coming down on. At 10,000 ft I jumped out and wow. What an experience! Seeing the desert approaching at an unbelievable speed! And then bam, the parachute opens and you continue to go towards the ground at exactly the same speed, although this time spiraling out of control as the person above you starts panicking. Hmmm, I thought. I always thought parachuting meant that you would ...
... to this part of the desert to show a lichen (some sort of weed I think) that during dry spells is black and boring and in the winter sea mists opens up with a vivid green display. He put two drops of water on it and it shone like a green beacon.
... people it would cost £600 a head!
Our accommodation at Swakopmund was called Alte Brucke and we were each allocated a chalet. I was surprised to find I had an enormous bedroom, a bathroom, fully equipped kitchen, a living room with wide screen TV and a little patio out at the back for barbecues.
It was strange to be back in a town. We all went together to an Italian Restaurant to eat. The food was good but it was packed with ...
... spoke little English but confirmed they were there to collect the Guano. Seeing Dad’s face when he understood what they were collecting ****, commercially was… priceless. He then saw that access was not only futile but dangerous. I felt sorry for the workers.
Back at the B&B he seemed disconsolate. His vision of the St Tropez of Africa was in ruins and he was not the same afterwards, and he started to feel unwell. The temperature ...
... dance" then played "elite troops" and in the middle of the night we were dancing the dance of the places we learned in the Delta. To get an idea, is a dance that imitates animals, as frog dance, and when we realized we were emitting the same sounds that indigenous (impossible to describe lol).
The other day, a hangover morning brought many laughs to remember the night before. And now let's enjoy the wilderness up close.
Rented quad bike and were ...