The Secret Garden Guesthouse
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... of these people feels similar to the aboriginal tribes of Australia with topless women covered in ornate beads and a fierce look in their eyes. While traveling through the landscape you cannot see these people as they are now predominately, living in the modern towns, but a living museum gave us an idea of the history of their people. On arrival the landscape of this area reminded us of the Grand Canyon and images we have seen of Nevada: ...
... scenic flights over the vast Namib.
Breakfast once again before the sun was up. You might think we would tire of this but the Namibian sunrises and sunsets are like nothing we have seen. Last nights sunset was a beauty. The whole sky deep oranges, reds and yellows. One that you often see in beautiful picture perfect books on Africa.
Our friendships with the tour group are deepening. We are getting to know each other and understand the complications ...
Lovely journey from Uis to the Chala-Kigi Apartments in Swacopmund, Trudy and Carl made us really welcome, great apartment.
The memorial picture was totally spine chilling, thousands of graves as far as the eye can see up to the edge of the desert and not a single headstone. The inscription reads 'In memory of the thousands heroic who perished ...
... view I've ever seen, after Nepal. We then thought the quickest, funnest and easiest way to get off the dune would be to run down the side of it, so run we did and the dune was so high that it took me over 2 minutes to run from top to bottom, running full pelt down the side. Great fun. Then we headed back to the truck and drove towards camp and today we had our first truck "failure" of the whole trip, we got a flat tyre. Can't believe we have gone 9 weeks without any ...
... but it was 2 hours to anything and unbelievably hot, so They were in for a rough afternoon, although folks were helping them. We saw an ambulance headed their way about a half hour later, but no sign of a tow truck. We finally arrived in Walvis Bay, a British based port town with lots of birds and seals and a nice beach, and shortly after Swakopmund, the German founded Adventure town in Namibia. As we arrived the skies clouded over and the temperatures ...