Hotel Deutsches Haus
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... be bettered. How about a day sand boarding??
We would be walking up and down the dunes all day getting used to the trekking in the heat and sun combined with a whole lot of fun.
Attached is the video - enjoy!! (quality not great as had to re-size due to upload limit but you'll get the idea)
to the lagoon to see the large number of Greater and Lesser
Flamingos. The difference is that some are pale pink whilst the
others are deep pink, almost red in colour. From here we returned
once more to the campsite in ...
... beer in general, but it was still delightful to drink dunkel and hefeweizen for a change. After dinner, we checked out another German pub, which featured German drinking songs and a bar fight.
The next morning, March 23 (Day 88), we drove 30 minutes south to Walvis Bay, which was an important British harbor even before the Germans arrived in southwest Africa, and remained British until it became South African; the Germans never controlled it. From Walvis ...
... hr, like a baby. Lovely cool. At the same time I wrapped my water bottle in a wet towel and put it outside in the heat. The evaporation of the water in the towel worked like a refrigerator and I had a nice cool drink. As a matter of fact I am typing this blog while my Macbook is put on a wet towel in order to help the cooling propeller a bit. Works perfectly!
Later in the afternoon we went to the Zesriem canyon. Named after six leather belts, used to measure the depth of ...
... reasons are absolutely understandable; however, they obviously have a significant impact on quality of the provided service. At least I believe so.
We managed to book a quad biking tour for 14.00. Originally we were making a reservation only for two of us but when we were in the tourist information center Gonzalo received a call from Steve and Annie, an Australian-UK couple that Gonzalo met in Nkhata Bay in Malawi. Since then we kept on bumping to ...