Dunedin Star Guest House
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... while Jack and his father enjoyed speeding down as fast as possible. I ran up and down delivering the wax to the budding boarders. Ava was slowly getting the hang of things. Bambo said she had a good sense of balance on the board.
On the last run, Jack decided he was ready to tackle turning, as he was going back on his heels to turn right, the front of ...
... 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 ...
... shout-out needs to go to our caravan park neighbour who pointed out our flattened tire and helped change it. He is one half of a Vancouver based travel duo (Moreno of Moreno & Kat) and they were on an extended trip through Southern Africa in a vehicle he had purchased and custom designed while he was in Vancouver (purchased from an ex South African Special Forces dude who had apparently recently shot and killed three robbers in a parking garage in Johannesburg!!). ...
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Our group (minus Warwick and Elvyra who had not enjoyed the aggressive driving of that final day) had a farewell dinner at the Lighthouse pub and grill. Huge servings, American style. I had snails (a first for me) followed by Eisbein - pork knuckle with sauerkraut. Both very good.
Next morning five returned to Windhoek, five continued south the next day and we changed from the camping safari to the ...
... the wildlife for a couple of hours under the starry sky. It was extremely peaceful, and we managed to see some elephants, giraffes, zebra and rhino.
The following day, we went off in our truck for a full day game drive in the park. As we are in the height of the dry season, the watering holes are completely dry, usually making it slightly harder to find the animals. However, just a few metres out of the campsite we struck gold. ...