Hotel Pension Rapmund
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... 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 ...
... as they tried to retrieve a ball which had been squashed horribly out of shape. Let's hope Australia has some more of this hilarious comedy of errors for us to watch! Zoe: This morning we drove on down to Fish River Canyon which is said to be the second largest canyon in the world. It was pretty big and spectacular. Very different to the Grand Canyon too as this one plateaus at different points heading down into the canyon. ...
... mums, we watched as babies nursed, as adults fought, and pups played. There was lots going on, so we watched, putting up with the smell. Drenched in the smell of the Cape Cross seal colony we began our reasonably short trip along the coast towards Swakopmund. Finally, a not so long driving day! We arrived in the sand dune surrounded town of Swakopmund just before lunchtime and were lead to the activity ...
... amusement. As we ate breakfast the sun came up and by the time we started the drive through the national park to the dunes we had lovely views of the changing hues of the rocks and the sand, and saw many ostriches and oryxes.
Where the road ran out we all transferred to Land Rovers for the last couple of miles across the sand to Sossusvlei, the area's most popular spot with its arid salt pan, known as the dead vlei, dotted with the ...
... again, they get pregnant 1 week after
delivering and so are almost permanently pregnant. The area is known
as Cape Cross because of the cross erected by the Portuguese sailor
Diaz in 1480 and there is still a replica there today. Leaving there
the area started to get much more salty and as we approached the town
we came across a huge sea salt factory. We then entered the town of
Swakopmund where we found a campsite for the ...