Hotel Pension Rapmund
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... for the oryx and zebra here in this arid Namib Desert.
After a great walk, we get in the plane again and fly 15 minutes to the very remote Kuidas camp in the Huab River valley. It is a fantastic setting, sitting up on a ridge, overlooking the valley where our plane is spending the night, awaiting our return in the morning.
Scot takes a walk to the top of a peak behind our camp, and along the way sees some great ancient rock carvings in the ...
We left the Damaraland in the cold quite early and after stopping at a tribal craft market we made the long drive to Swakopmund where we arrived at 3pm. We went straight to the Activity Centre where they ran a session showing all of the activities that they could offer. We booked up Sandboarding for tomorrow, I wish it was sand skiing but I will give it a go, I'm a hideous snow boarder but maybe it will all come right tomorrow. We ...
... but were ushered into an enclosure housing two caracals. They were beautiful creatures, named Romeo and Juliet, who dozed peacefully amongst the spiny bushes as we visitors, growing slowly braver, edged close and closer to photograph them. The third enclosure housed two cheetahs called Oscar and Wild. They obviously knew the guide well and allowed him to stroke and pet them. One of the German tourists did the same and soon we were queuing up to ...
... Italian or a local meal tonight as cooking ourselves was not an option. The team hands down decided on the local
meal. We hopped in the bus and off we
drove 10mins out of Swakopmund into the local township. The bus driver (who insists on playing
Gangnam style repeatedly) seemed very excited.
We arrived at a very small local restaurant, which the group filled, to
be greeted by a lovely man. He then
talked us through ...
... dung. and told us what she used them for. We even had a lesson in clicks they use four main clicks in their language it was quire entertaining to try it out and far harder than it sounded. Next we went and met the chief of the Dramara tribe she was this beautiful old weathered women who has been chief for 9 years and was the first ever female chief she spoke to us with an interpreter about what she did which involved mostly ...