The Secret Garden Guesthouse
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Continental Breakfast
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After crossing miles of rocky landscape, and many miles of sand dunes we arrived in Swakopmund, or Swakop for short, just during through the city on the search for a campsite it was clear that we were going to have fun exploring the city by foot and pick up some essentials that ...
We slept in (until 6am) and enjoyed our nice hotel in Swakopmund before living the high life on a catamaran this morning. We took the catamaran out in Walvis Bay looking for wildlife. Within minutes we were joined in the boat by pink Pelicans and a cape fur seal named Boo. There ...
... This high iron content renders a compass useless in the desert, and Frans explained how direction of travel can be determined by observing the direction the sand is drifting. The winds of the Namib generally blow in a westly direction in the winter and an easterly direction in the summer. By looking at the curl of the sand dune you can tell east from west, and the dunes themselve run on a north-south line.
Unfortunately I can't remember all the interesting ...
After a comfortable night and a lovely breakfast we prepared for our sky dive, we are surprised just how calm we feel. Les telephoned a local garage that looks after Namvic's vehicles. They said that they would pick up the Land Rover in ten minutes, so he went and sat outside. When they came Les asked them to leave the keys with reception when they brought it back. We sat in the sun to wait for Ground Rush Adventures to pick us up, ...
... or a Namibian language.
It's become a resort town for Germans visiting Africa. The town is 75 sq km sandwiched between the atlantic and the Namib desert with huge dunes on either side of it, protected national parks that show what all the land once was. There are two shuttle busses from Gaborone to Windhoek, each one leaves once a week on different days so we had to mold our schedule around them. We had Good Friday and Easter Monday off so we ...