Hotel Deutsches Haus
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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4am does indeed come just as early in Johanessburg as it does back in the States, but we manage to arise with enough energy to traipse through the airport and hop on our 2 hour flight to Windhoek, Namibia. Windhoek is the capital city of Namibia, with a population of 300,000 people. The city sits at an elevation of about 6,500 feet, and is approximately 120 miles east of Namibia’s spectacular 1,000 mile long coast.
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The occupants look a damn sight happier the the white Germans and tourists who have no reason to fear their majority neighbours because they are all having a haircut and a beer and partying.
This morning Matt and I slept through our snooze opportunity and were late to breakfast. I felt so rushed. No time for a cuppa! Our 300km-or-so journey to our bush camp in Spitzkoppe began soon after. I was happy to be leaving Cheetah Park. I read and caught up on my blog while others snoozed, done sudoku and chatted. We drove through desert landscape and stopped to buy firewood off the side of the road. My found some crystals on the ground which he ...
Today was our last day in Swakopmund, the morning mist off the ocean was very cold as we started out with a early morning township tour we were picked up by 3 guides and driven to the township, the majority of Swakopmund lives in this area. The area is broken up into 3 different blocks, when some tribes were relocated the government provided accommodation, but the majority live in shacks made out of what ever they can find, with no ...
... The word "nam" with four different clicks before it can mean either 1) embrace 2) whistle 3) I love you or 4) I will kill you. The different clicks are made with 1) the giddy up clicks you would make to get a horse to go 2) moving your tongue flat against the roof of your mouth and moving it off 3) the tsk tsk sound you would make to a misbehaving child and 4) bending your tongue in half against the roof of your mouth and straightening it as your remove it. ...