Protea Hotel Pelican Bay
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... br> The last blog had us photographing the sand dunes. From their we traveled to the town of Swakopmund on the west coast and took a catamaran boat trip in Walvis Bay. The photos in this blog are from the excursion in the Bay.
You won't want to miss the last two photos!
Namibia is a peaceful and stable country, with a low crime rate despite the 30% unemployment rate. The streets were wide and gridlike, I suspect due to the German influence.
The population of Namibia is 2.5 million, but due to mining and mass immigration the population is set to increase rapidly. Brangelia had their first biological child, Shiloh, here. My only previous knowledge of Namibia was when Nicola and I had to do a research project in ...
... regular Steve Irwins. As you walk to the toilet block, you shoo the local springbok away.
We keep pinching ourselves just to check this is real. Yesterday afternoon when visiting a local canyon, we saw a horned adder. Clare noticed some scat near a lot of feathers. She asked Lucky what animal had excreted it. "Baboon" says Lucky. Now....Clare was already irrationally scarred of being killed by flash flood waters in this drought stricken desert, but now she had ...
Short drive Swacopmund to Walvis Bay, stopping at the 1932 house, very nice but slightly strange as no staff on site, phoned and waited for someone to turn up in a taxi 20mins later and give us a key. Ah well, we were free to strip the place if we felt like it!
Tried to drive to Sandwich Harbour 50km south of Walvis Bay, it was an old whaling port that had been abandoned in the late ...
... adventure for the next four days. Andre’s father, Louw, started Schoeman’s Skeleton Coast Safaris in the early 1970s, and his four sons, have continued his legacy subsequent to his premature death in 1993.
We are very blessed in that we are the only ones in the plane, a Cessna 210 (that was probably one of the early planes used by Louw), and likely the only ones in their the three very remote camps we will be visiting for the coming ...