Hadassa Guest House

Address: No. 36 Lang St, Otjiwarongo, Namibia | Hotel
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This hotel is located on No. 36 Lang St, Otjiwarongo.
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Travel Blogs from Otjiwarongo

Living museum

A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on May 10, 2014

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Had a good morning
visiting the Living museum of the San people. We started with a bush
walk led by two men just wearing a leather thong and were told about
the trees, which you could eat, which was medicine and which
poisonous. Later we saw how to set traps and snares and learnt how
they collected the poison they used on their arrows. We were shown a
few different paintings which dated back a thousand years and had
been done by ...

Cheetah Park, Namibia

A travel blog entry by longwayhomenz on Nov 18, 2013

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We had a 1 night stop at a Cheetah park. The purpose of the park was to save cheetahs from being killed by farmers. Instead of farmers shooting a cheetah that had killed their livestock, they can call the owners of the cheetah park who capture the cheetahs and keep them on their huge farm. The park had 15 cheetahs, 5 wild males, 6 ...

Two Big Cats

A travel blog entry by argieuk on Sep 14, 2013

2 comments, 15 photos

... went up for tea and then an afternoon drive to see the leopards For that we had to stay in the vehicle - leopards are more dangerous than cheetah. Drove off and wandered around trying to pick up the signal. Eventually we did and the guide drove up and down the track where he thought she would come out. Eventually we foound the cub lying by the road, and the mother came out soon after. We watched them slowly go into the ...

Dog Tales

A travel blog entry by ajnamibia on Jul 28, 2013

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... asked if he could bath his new puppy because he wanted him to stay looking beautiful. Bless! The other farmer was building a new house for himself and had gotten the builders to stop work to make sure the puppy house was ready in time. It was lovely with a hinged door and a dog bed!

So, after 12 hours on the road, two puppies and an adult dog placed and happy, we headed back to CCF for some well earned food and sleep. At least I didn’t get a puncture!

Great big cats

A travel blog entry by segacs on Jun 28, 2013

10 photos

... campsite in Okinjima about 2pm. It's one of the fanciest, laziest campsites I've ever seen. It has flush toilets, hot showers, electricity and drinkable running water. Not only that, but it's completely secluded; it feels like we're the only human beings in the place. Amazing. Because we were running late, the guides even pitched our tents for us while we were off exploring the foundation.

Then, the purpose of our stay here: The ...