Hotel Europa Hof
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
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... the day and 50s at night. I hadn't brought anything but my flip flops shoe wise, luckily I had pants and jackets. I don't know if it's just been because I've been in scorching Bots but the 60s are chillier than I remember! It was also almost always cloudy. The heat off the dunes meets the Atlantic and causes fog. The fog lifts late morning usually and provides a couple hours of sunshine before it sets back in during the evening. A little further north of Swakop ...
... chatter all at the same time. They were so cute. The poor childcare workers lost complete control of the gaggle.
After a tour of down town and the parliament building, Sunday drove us to the mall. Jack found a new bathing suit, Ava could not make a decision so she left with nothing. Sunday drove us back to the airport. It was an excellent 5 hours.
The flight to Walvis Bay was 55 minutes. The airport was a shed in the middle of ...
... out to see the towna bit. Gail's goal; to buy a pair of Kudu shoes made here is this town especially for sand walking.
Pat's goal; to see the museum and aquarium, both on the beach.
The museum has an excellent collection of minerals from all the mining activity in the area as well as very good depictions of the San and Himba lifestyles. The aquarium is small but up to date.
During the quest for shoes we also got to tour a weaving shop located ...
... to play football with us, and it appears that they were also significantly better than us. In fact, Shadow, who likes to chew rocks, could be the new South African winger if he stops eating rocks and concentrates on his passing. Zoe: This morning, being a Sunday of course that means bacon and eggs for breakie, yum yum. I quite like Manash's (our guide) Sunday rituals. Today we ...
... next creature to see. White and pure in colour, she's not quite so pure in character eating her husband once they've mated. Poor guy. Our guide showed us how much iron is in the sand by running a magnet from side to side along the sand then picking it up to reveal black granules. He then placed a small amount on my hand and then swayed the magnet from side to side underneath. The granules stood on end and moved from side to side. We were getting not only a wildlife lesson, but ...