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... for a trip to the townships which was interesting and sad at the same time. Here's Andrea's impression: "Today we did the Township tour. It was wonderful. It started very emotional at the orphanage. The lady that is running the place was wearing very colorful clothes and there was this little orphan girl called Innocence. She is adorable. She is only 1 year old, but she can walk like a 3 year old and she jumps, talks and laughs all the time. I had tears in my eyes! We got ...
... br> There are gas and oil rigs dotted around the bay, along with tug boats, they are bought here from Angola for work, new crews, it takes 7 days to get here with 2 tugs, 14 days refit and then 7 days back again, glad to see there is no pollution in these waters with all the wildlife around
Today we leave the luxurious offerings of Zebra River Lodge and head off to Swakopmund (we later discovered having the distinction of being translated into the "river of feces," apparently due to the fact that the river running into town has water only about 4 months of the year and during those months all the sh** that has gathered in the river bed over the remainder of the year washes through town. Swakopmund is a town of about 30000 people and our last opportunity to shop ...
... growling in the distance In the morning we returned to Guma and relaxed for the afternoon. Today we headed to Maun and took a flight over the Delta. We saw giraffe, elephants, hippo, wildebeast and numerous antelope. A wonderful way to end our stay in the Okavango. Sadly I accidentally deleted all my photos as the truck hit a pothole, so we don't have many pictures, as Craig's camera is not ...
... last one the scenery got very boring and barren and was a long long boring drive into Swakopmund. That said the dirt freeway did allow for speeds up to 100km/h. Arrived at Swakopmund, checked in to the B&B (Alex's cousins husbands parents). Did a walk around, had a drink and then a great fish dinner at the Tug. Initial view on Swakopmund is that it is a bit weird (in a good way and out of place). Will explore ...