Kalahari Sands Hotel & Casino
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... most compact nearest to the ridge and thus easiest to step. But the wind was so strong that there was axons rant fear of being blown over and rolling down the other side with nothing to stop you. The wind was hellish, hitting at any exposed skin and blistering at my nose. It is path it was throwing tiny grains of sand like tiny needles pricking at eyes and ears. It was a difficult climb, every time I sniffed my nose I could taste blood at the back of my throat and my eyes were screwed ...
... steered Botswana from one of the worlds poorest countries to a political and economic success story. In Auntie Alice's will my mum acquired a poster of Seretse and one of his ties. Interesting huh!?!
Daze had been poling since 2001 and was also a taxi driver. He's not married but has a six year old called Oatie. We laughed about the woman at the Tanzania/Malawi border who judged me for not being married. Botswana doesn't seem to be as heavily christian as the other ...
We love Windhoek, and it's great to be back at Winnie's Guest House, Kanil Anib Lodge management should try staying here to learn how it can be done. Had a laugh with the girl on reception however as we changed rooms several times until we found one where everything worked, and nicked bits from other ...
... over the place. There was so much activity there it was unbelievable. It had got so hot that we then went back to the swimming pool to lounge around, seeing Jess in her swimming costume is enough to make you weep, she has an unbelievable body, she has the most perfect boobs that I've seen and her bum is divine, you literally just want to bite it. We had a good chat by the pool today, she is a bit worried about a procedure she has to have when she gets home, ...
... The capital city, Windhoek, was 40 kms from the airport and there was nothing between the airport and the city at all. We would soon come to realize that you can drive for hours in Namibia and see not a single personl! The landscape was so vast, unspoilt and desolate. I think we were both initially shocked. We arrived at our guesthouse and found out what there was to do. There are 4 must visit areas in Namibia - Etosha National Park, Damaraland, Swakopmund and the ...