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... from the bones he consumes, and many of the birds in turn eat this for calcium. Very interesting.
Andre also shows us the unusual Welwitschia Mirabilis plant, which he says is a “living fossil”, and is indeed highly unusual in its appearance. We also see the elephant foot plant, which grows in very rocky areas and is a phenomenal source of liquid if needed in an emergency. We also see the dollar bush, which is an important source ...
... I had left. We looked everywhere for nicotine patches for Jess, with no joy, my pen knife will be redundant soon. Jess will have to resort to more cigarettes which I have no problem with, as long as it makes her happy then I'm happy. We had to be at the Sandboarding shop at 6pm to watch the Sandboarding video, I looked as bad as I thought I would but the video was hilarious. Then we got on the drink and didn't stop for hours, it was a ...
... only one had been reserved. However Andre the owner actually put me and Louise in a more expensive room in the guest house free of charge. Wow! Gecko was amazing, a peaceful and tranquil environment with ponds, sun decks, gym, swimming pool and an amazing open kitchen and living room. Andre was an architect and previously this has been his home before converting it into the guesthouse. The guest house also had 2 little dogs called Lady and Yappy and ...
... them with backpack in hand . Phew !
These cunning guys operate with a remote control blocking the locking system on these vehicles.
The local tourist police handled the case well but insisted that we stay for court hearing that afternoon, otherwise the rascals wouldn't be charged!! Whilst waiting for ...
... off the river so that it couldn’t reach the
Atlantic. Slowly the river is getting shorter and shorter. At the end, we visited Dead Lake—a dry bed of dead trees over 800 years old.
Now we are in an old German settlement called Swakopmund. We are in cabins on the coast of the Atlantic. This is where Angelia Jolie adopted one of her children…haven’t seen her here though. The cabins are nice but kind of ...