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There were originally three townships - one for each of the tribal groups - Oshiwambo, Nama and Herero - each with different quality of housing starting at one room rising to three bedrooms - designed create differences and divisions between the groups - classic colonial divide and rule. Now people can live anywhere - that they can afford to - on which subject a lot more
Then there is the 'temporary' township where new ...
... and we know the coast must be close - we hit bitumen for the first time in a few days.
Finally we reach Walvis Bay, a thriving town supported by uranium and nickel mining, and a busy harbour servicing the inland countries of Africa and a fishing industry. The buildings are neat, modern and you can see renovations and new buildings under construction. Walvis Bay was founded by the English in the early 1800's when they needed it for the diverse fishing and also ...
... shopping, proper shopping in real stores. I bought a few things, actually quite a few things and only spent about US$50. So cheap here, well at least some shops are. Tonight we had some bevies and a nice pub dinner as sadly we are farewelling two of the originals, Nicki and Sean. Should we be mourning or celebrating as there are now 2 spare seats on the truck. Hmmmmm. It was a great night followed by a great sleep in a real ...
... I bet that was tasteful). I bet you are pleased to know that the profit from your iPhone has been put to good use.
Two natural things Ali had been desperate to see today. On "The private life of plants" by David Attenborough (famous UK TV naturalist) ...
I left Hentiesbay and headed south to Swakopmund. On the way I stopped at the stranded fish trawler... and then in Wlotskasbaken. This is a completely-off-the-grid mostly-German-holiday-homes village. Check out the pictures. I did not want to be too obvious in taking pictures of other peoples houses.. you never know with the Germans. I found a hotel in Swakomund (Hotel Gruner Kranz) that turned 100 years old and they are offering accommodation at less then ...
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