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... is a small game reserve where we can see springbok and Zebra. Once we had paid, we set off off in a small pick up with guide Jacob he lives in the local village and has two small children. The first stop was at the Hunters Paradise. We parked up and then climbed 100 metres with the help of chains fixed to posts in the rock, the rock is very course granite. A short walk from the top is a overhanging rock where there are several paintings ...
... of the ordinary and some of the internal journey stuff that I'm seeing as a critical part of this trip - most of it affirming my sense that I have acquired a set of skills that serve me well these days - an a few areas surfacing that need some more work - some of which John is better at and thus provides a model. And - so far with only a couple of minor hiccups we are getting on really well and I think enjoying each otter's company .
... sickly shots, hilarious dancing and more booze. There were a few other tour groups also there so it was quite busy. This included a group with a mix of young and 65+s who to be fair to them were more energetic than half of our group! We met a strange tour guide called Steve who worked on an overland truck that went from London to Cape Town and finished in Cairo and took 10 months!! I could not imagine doing a tour for ten months with the same people, they were all quite weird. ...
... you hear lots of stuff in the night. Amazingly our need to pee in the early wee ( pardon the pun) hours of the morning has vanished. When you wake up and walk outside, you are astounded by the many different tracks in the sand. Suddenly you find yourself following some strange track formation hoping you'll get a peak at what was making it. You find yourself looking at scat, making judgements about how many legs it has. Which direction is was heading and perhaps why. We're ...
... heat. The landscape dries out even more. Swakopmund is just south of the Skelleton Coast, famous for its shipwrecks, and is situated between the sea and the desert sand dunes. Before reaching the comfort of the Gruner Kranz lodge, which will be home for the next two nights, we did stop to see a relatively modern (10 to 12 yrs.) shipwreck - the 'Zeila'.