Hotel Thule

1 Gorges Street, Windhoek, Namibia | 4 star hotel
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Ten days in Namibia

A travel blog entry by peterandjane

1
49

... coming to their villages. The villages all have a ceremonial fireplace strategically placed between the chief's hut and the kraal entrance where animals shelter for the night. For a man to marry, it costs him five cows payable to the bride’s father. The Himba women are famous for smearing themselves with a mixture of ochre, butter and bush herbs to dye their skin a burnt orange colour. They use the ...

Namibia: Fish River Canyon.

A travel blog entry by jkjohnson

4

... igloos. On our first morning, Jodie draws the drapes, clings to the exhausted air conditioner and announces she is going to finish her book. Conor, clutching his staff, stubbornly marches out the doorway. Within moments he is dragging his sweaty Irish ass up a switchback of crumbling shale and loose gravel. When he reaches the top of the flat ridge curving 800 feet above the desert floor, he is offered a sweeping view stretching out in the direction of the Kalahari. ...

Days 14, 15, 16 - The Bus Ride From Hell!!!

A travel blog entry by kauna

5

... and I was torn. Do I leave tomorrow, or do I stay till the 28th? There are only two buses a week that leave for Namibia, so if I didn't leave tomorrow, I would have to wait three more days. I was a little under the weather, and the thoughts of a 20 hour bus ride did not sit well for me. I had till 9 AM Sunday morning to let the bus company know if I was postponing. Faith worked during the day and I took another walk. In fact I walked down to Fawlty Towers ...

Wonderful game viewing in Etosha,then to Windhoek

A travel blog entry by diannemurray

4
109

... of what the park has to offer, and besides, we’re all feeling lazy.

Late in the afternoon we go down to the water hole to look at the sunset, and get some good photos of three giraffes who take forever (at least an hour) to circle around the pool before entering from the south, just on sunset. It is difficult to get clear photos right into the sun, but get some good silhouette reflections of giraffes drinking, plus a flock of grouse-like birds coming in ...

Wish Day and Our Last Supper

A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin

56

... of us with the animals on us. Since they randomly climb up everyone’s shoulders and then jump off, it’s easier to have someone already designated to take pictures. Last time they did not climb on and off of me as much as they did today. Most of the time, one of the mongooses has a fluffed out and thicker tail, whereas the other one has a much smaller tail (this does change occasionally, and sometimes they both have a fluffed up tail). The ...

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This 4 star hotel, located on 1 Gorges Street, Windhoek, is near Katutura Township.
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