Protea Hotel Pelican Bay

Address: Corner Atlantic & The Esplanade, Walvis Bay, Namibia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Corner Atlantic & The Esplanade, Walvis Bay, is near Twyfelfontein.
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      Off to Namibia

      A travel blog entry by greatbigworld on Mar 12, 2014

      Wednesday March 12... This morning was another early start, we were at the airport in Capetown at 8:30am, on our way to Namibia. When we got up in the air, we looked out the window and saw Table Mountain, Capetown, the bay and lots of lush green mountains covered with Fynbos (fine bush or small bushes). About half way through our 2 hour flight, we …

      Bush Camp

      A travel blog entry by gwoodford on Sep 09, 2014

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      ... the sunset, beer in hand was probably not the safest thing to do in hindsight. But the rocks were just calling to be scaled and assist travellers in appreciating the beauty of the surrounding Namibian desert in the fading light. A great place to watch the sun ...

      Two night in a hostel

      A travel blog entry by lorrainemorris on Aug 01, 2014

      ... place, hot in the day cold at night. The trip has been very different with two very separate halves. The first 20 days from Tanzania through to Malawi where areas of poverty now in Namibia we have supermarkets and the area is very ...

      Fog, concrete, sand, cold, wind plus illness

      A travel blog entry by rupertcdean on Jul 17, 2014

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      ... br>
      It was then that we tried to locate Guano Island where the Lonely Planet said you could see Oyster Catchers. This seemed somewhat strange as I understood Guano Island was where people harvested Guano. Dad (I was unaware at the time) did not know that Guano is another word for **** and became very animated about finding this island. This ignorance (with the benefit of hindsight) went a long way to explaining his incredulous reaction to the lack of sign posts ...


      A travel blog entry by j.myers on Jul 04, 2014

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      ... rhythm being played out by the children on bongos and xylophones. After standing awkwardly for awhile, as they repeated the same short tune repeatedly, the head teacher waved her hands and the screeched to a halt in a jangling cacophony of noise. We have them a generous round of applause.

      We were then given a tour of the school, which was essentially a collection of freight containers, some opened up and welded together with another. However, inside ...