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... them with backpack in hand . Phew !
These cunning guys operate with a remote control blocking the locking system on these vehicles.
The local tourist police handled the case well but insisted that we stay for court hearing that afternoon, otherwise the rascals wouldn't be charged!! Whilst waiting for ...
... desert, this is the most photographed sand dune, 186 meters high, I only managed together up about a third of it but then walking up a sand dune wearing an air cast splint was possibly a challenge too far. Namibia has such a varied landscape, mountains, desert, rivers but also a noticeable change in temperature. At the moment it is winter in Africa so the days are still warm but the nights are cold, getting up at 5 to put down the tent each morning is a chore but well worth the ...
... Walvis Bay which is 30
kilometres long and is one of the most beautiful routes in Namibia.
In the zone of heaviest fog near the coast, especially in the south,
low succulent bushes grow sporadically. Along the border, we saw
four (4) ostriches.
on the ship, we couldn't stop talking about our short Namibian
dessert adventure. Like kids, we recalled how we crouched, slipped,
rolled and slipped up ...
... Dennis and I laid low our first afternoon and evening in Swakopmund. Dennis had a lot of soccer games to cover during our three days there, so he had to work a ton. We managed to stream the last minute of Stanford men's Round of 64 game on our hostel's abysmal internet connection, so that was a highlight. The next morning, we headed to the desert, right on the edge of town, for three hours of adventure.
Swakopmund, in addition to feeling very German, is ...
Now back on the road, we head up the Skeleton coast for a while, stopping at a ship wreck from only a few years ago. The road now twists east and heads into the desert before climbing through a pass and arriving in the lush treed plains of the Otosha area.
But first we stop at two Tribal villages along the way. The first is the Damara tribe known of the red colour of their skin, which is caused by a mixture of things applied to the skin ...
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