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- Multilingual staff
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... of the most famous being the Eduard Bohlen shipwreck at Conception Bay. It is really awesome to fly over them, photograph them, and see the waves crashing upon the wrecks, pummeling them to pieces over time. The most recent shipwreck is only four years old, and you can see the waves destroying it as you watch from the air. In addition to all of the seal colonies and shipwrecks, we also fly over the deepwater port of Walvis Bay, which has a huge number ...
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We asked the waitress how many languages she speaks. I don't think she had ever counted but she listed them and we came up with 9, until I said "so you don't speak Afrikaans?" She'd forgotten that one, so it was ten. Partly because of the different tourists but also it seems that across Namibia each ...
... we pitched up our tents at the base of one of the rock formations. The boys were contemplating sleeping under the stars that night, us girls thought differently. The tent was going up. Wanted to see the view surrounding our campsite we went for higher ground and began our accent up the rock formation behind our tent. It was too hot to out hiking shoes on, so Rach and I left our flipflops on as well as our floaty summer dresses. That ended up not being ...
... Zee had kept it together, backed us into our site in the caravan park, and, with one last wheeze, let the air escape from her damaged right front tire. I really hadn't yet bonded emotionally with Woo Zee but after this I had to give her a gentle pat on her backside (anything harder might have knocked the bumper off).
Not wanting to drive too far without a spare tire we took Woo Zee into the tire shop as soon as we could and, strictly through luck (I had parked ...
... coast aptly named due to all the ships that had run aground over the years, then we started our 7 hour drive. We stopped along the way at some road side stalls and were treated by men and women of the Himba tribe who paint themselves with a mixture of oche( clay) butter and bush spices it stains their skin a burnt orange colour the women also cover their hair in this. Other than the clay they only wore a loin cloth. They were very used ...