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... laid outing square blocks there is no rubbish lying around - in part the council effort but also it seems activity by residents to clean up around their house block and put rubbish in collection areas for disposal. And dotted around not just the main township but the temporary one there are clinics and schools and a hist of signs indicating self-help groups. I even found a men's shed - no one in residence at the time so no idea what went ...
... township pub! We all got free beers and Nico and Bambo put some music on the duke box and we all had to exhibit our greatest dancing skills one by one in a circle which unfortunately wasn't very impressive.
After the beers and impromptu dance performance we went into a small room in a building next to the pub to try some local delicacies- caterpillars! They were quite interesting, very salty, they taste at first like bacon and then at the end like sardines. Pete ...
... worry about and deathly adders. She was the first to leave the beautiful Sesreim canyon.
Our trip is broken up by frequent stops. The first was a road stop called Solitaire. It was really nice, clean and was run by a family that were obviously collectors. There were many vehicles, sports equipment, surveying equipment and botanical collections of succulents. It was a fascinating place and well suited for the hundreds of tourists that pass by daily. Second stop was Tropic ...
... He planned on sharing his love of the awesome beauty of the Namib Desert with us. The coastal dune belt may have seemed barren and lifeless to us, but in fact it was full of a fascinating variety of little desert adapted animals, which were able to survive on the fog which consistently rolls in from the Atlantic Ocean.Shawn saw things that we couldn't see until he pointed them out.
We saw a transparent Namib Dune Gecko with little webbed feet that ...
Day 12 - 10 Dec.
Left Aba Huab camp heading for our next stop in Swakopmund. Driving through Damaraland we encountered two tribal races. The 'Herero' whose women dress in Victorian multilayered dresses
and cow horned shaped headdress
and the 'Himba' tribe whose women wear very little. I know where my affiliations lay in ...