Luderitz Nest Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Luderitz
We never heard the animals all night and set off to drive to the town of
Luderitz and on the way we passed another 10 Ostrich. This road
passes through the restricted Diamond Area where they are still
mining diamonds and so you are not allowed to go off road at all. We
managed to see a few of the wild horses that are in the area and
eventually got to Luderitz. On arrival we visited the museum house of
one of the rich Germans in 1909 and then went to the church ...
... but never really finding it!!! The heat at 9am is quite unbearable, thankfully I brought my sun shade along. The locals are friendly enough and are happy to stop and chat but in reality there's nothing here. Why P & O put this port on the itinerary I don't know. It's a very small town, apparently there are 13,000 residence but it doesn't even feel that big. There are a couple of ...
... the 4 of us had a beer and then went up to the Orangery for some lunch. Deck 13 was in order then in nice warm sunshine and we stayed up there until about half 3. Succumbed to a power nap after that, lunchtime drinkies :-( Dinner and four of us as is the norm, didn't fancy the show so one in the Nest and then down to sample our Namibian red wine :-) Got stuff ready for tomorrow and watch some TV. Nothing special from country 59 really but we've been :-) ok if you like sand ...
... alongside the Road..... I guess the french are a bit lazy and he did not wanted to Load the heavy 8 Passenger Basket by hand . The Flight lasted about an hour but we managed to cover about 10 miles..... Driving an Balloon requires patience and it is really slow going... it was an experience not to miss...... but I guess been there done that would cover my experience if asked. Andre and his Crew made up for lack of Distance they had set up 1 mile up the road an Breakfeast ...
... early in the 20th century. It is now a ghost town but still retains the streets and the buildings of a major centre - casino and entertainment hall, bank, bakers, butchers etc. And of course the mining buildings which are still used today. The streets are now covered in sand and the buildings being infiltrated by the creeping desert.The site was so prolific the diamonds could initially be found by crawling across the ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool