Dunedin Star Guest House
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... dome tents and went in to the lodge to taste some of Sparky's wine. It was fun to sit at the long, indoor picnic table and listen to Sparky talk about each of his wines. Of course, as luck would have it, rain came in. I haven't camped in the rain since I was a kid fishing with my family. It was just as uncomfortable this time as I remembered. Even when we were out of the rain, it was cold....4 layers on top, 2 on the bottom (including 2 pairs ...
... Italian or a local meal tonight as cooking ourselves was not an option. The team hands down decided on the local
meal. We hopped in the bus and off we
drove 10mins out of Swakopmund into the local township. The bus driver (who insists on playing
Gangnam style repeatedly) seemed very excited.
We arrived at a very small local restaurant, which the group filled, to
be greeted by a lovely man. He then
talked us through ...
... my jumper Fernanda, 'you know what your doing right, I'm not going to die?' So he told me he's only done this twice and it's his second job.. I also had Megan praying into her hands by the side of me haha. It took 15 minutes to reach 10,000 ft, the door opened and the guy shouted, this **** just got real! Megan was first out, it all happened so quick. We were then shuffling to the door and I shouted to ...
... until some guy grabbed me before I fell overboard. Dennis was busy recovering from getting pelican foot in his face himself. Pesky pelican. The silly bird left my head drenched with pelican-y sea water from its feathers, too, which was a little unpleasant.
We got an oysters and champagne lunch as part of the cruise, along with lots of other tasty hors d'oeuvres, and there was free-flowing sherry ("Namibian coffee") and beer, as well. It was an ...
... 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 ...