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... junction. It was here that I had been implored by the residents of Walvis Bay to stop for (of all things) a slice of apple strudel. Equally bizarrely in this bakery in the middle of nowhere, was a queue of mostly European tourists doing the same. Although far from being the best apple strudel it was certainly worth the stop and I bought another slice for the following day’s picnic.
By the time I reached the accommodation, it was ...
... gravel , mud or everything in between , but most the time they are well maintained which accounts for speedy travel if you wish... there is almost no traffic sometimes you can drive for hours before you see another Car. Being prepared have plenty of water and some with you is essential here. We stopped for Dinner at the Roadhouse near the Park entrance and had early Dinner before reaching Keetmanshoop. At the first crash-pad we found we went very tired to ...
... called Rehoboth. It has some history of being set up as a place for the ******* children of Hottentots and the Dutch farmers who were moved from where they weren't wanted. In the 1800's, you know, recent history.
Anyway, the place is a hive of building activity, makes the Spanish building houses for English holidaymakers seem tame. But we couldnt see any economic justification for all the activity. Most of Namibia ...
... the desert landscape with mountains occasionally rearing up into view, and in places the scrub became quite prolific. And eventually we arrived at the Canon Lodge, where we were given the room furthest from the main buildings. Went on a sundowner walk to see the sunset and have a drink, then we had a wonderful meal. Smoked kudu, then Oryx, with potatoes, gem squash and other veges. Delicious. Now off to bed, for an early start tomorrow to see the canyon
... south. I really sad to be finishing. Said goodbye to our new friends and headed out in the scorching heat. Great dirt road ride again, perhaps feeling a little too confident... Just a few reminders who is boss! Keetmanshoop, oh dear...who lives in these ...
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