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... and jewelry fragments they have discovered while searching the area. The only way to get here, without a VERY long hike, is by plane, and we are the only people within 30 to 40 miles in any direction.
Andre takes us for a walk and gives us a brief lesson in geology, and in the flora and fauna of the area. We see a tiny water hole where the zebra and oryx come to drink, and an area where the brown hyena marks his territory by defecating. His scat is ...
... Jess was by far the prettiest and most sexy girl in a packed bar and it was hard to believe that she was there with me, to be honest I don't think she realises how attractive she is. I got wound up by some old Nambian bloke who wouldn't leave her alone and it was at that moment that I realised, 'I was falling for her'. I wanted to kill the guy for putting his hands on her back. I knew I liked her but hadn't realised just how much until then, ...
... large thorns!
We continued the long drive after lunch. The landscape became more mountainous and so more interesting and we were thankful that it wasn't nearly as hot as the previous day had been. Many of the acacia trees which were now becoming more abundant bore huge birds' nests. These were woven by the tiny Sociable Weaver Bird and were apparently home to 50 or more birds.
By mid afternoon we had arrived at ...
... to have an awesome 6 weeks as dinner
details below will highlight, but first a quick confession…….
Yesterday when we arrived at the airport we were minus 1
bag. I won’t name names as it was not
their fault. The airline had left it in
Jo’burg!! This meant that the team not
only had to wait in the airport but also had to squish up in their tents on
their first night as one of the tents ...
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 ...