Cornerstone Guesthouse

Address: 40 Hendrik Witbooi st, Swakopmund, 9999, Namibia | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 40 Hendrik Witbooi st, Swakopmund, is near Sossusvlei, Spitzkoppe, and Tommy's Tours and Safaris.
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    Travel Blogs from Swakopmund

    We Make a Plan

    A travel blog entry by james.arnold on Jun 07, 2015

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    ... door. So, late at night we sat within 10 metres of about 50 zebras to watch them feed and play about. P.s. they make some weird noises.
    - One of the cooler camp sites we stayed at had a bar, and some creepy South African man (who was also a massive racist) smelt all the girls' hair one by one. It was quite funny to watch for the lads.
    - At this same cool campsite, a not so cool incident occurred. We decided to do a 3 hour canoe trip on the nearby river one of the mornings, ...

    Day 310

    A travel blog entry by dream-catcher on Jun 06, 2015

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    ... later. It was lunch time, we walked to the supermarket and bought lunch, we ate it sat on the sea front. Next we set off to explore Swakopmund - founded in 1892 as the main harbour for German West Africa, it is often described as being more German than Germany with it's colonial era buildings and a quirky mix of Namibian and German influenced. The German buildings are spaced out around the town, which is exceptionally quiet. It ...


    A travel blog entry by ilonab on May 03, 2015

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    ... a male hunter and Oryx, but it was incorrectly named the White Lady, and the name stuck. Another night in a Desert camp, but slept like a log. Off before sunrise to watch it rise over the plains. Stayed the night in a Cheetah park, where we got to pat and feed the cheetahs. These have been rescued to stop the farmers shooting them for stealing their cattle unfortunately they can not be freed, so they will live out their lives in 22 hectares of fencing. A half day drive to Etosha ...

    Day 111: spring has sprung

    A travel blog entry by tautological on Nov 22, 2014

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    Andy: we took a trip to see the biggest canyon in the world today, the weirdly named fish eye canyon. Some say that the Grand Canyon is the biggest. In fact, everyone would say that because it is. However I don't want to get too hung up on statistics and it was pretty deep at over a million miles down to the river at the bottom. It makes Zoe nice and relaxed to see me balancing on tip toe over the edge of dangerous precipices ...

    Swakopmund and other excitement

    A travel blog entry by davidpower on Oct 18, 2014

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    ... text-size-adjust: auto;">Dinner in "The Tug" tonight. A Glaswegian tug boat that had been scuppered on the beach and turned into a restaurant.

    Huge seafood extravaganza followed by a night on the toilet.