Protea Hotel Walvis Bay
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... driven that particular route.
Eventually after some three hours of dry, sandy bush scrub land we started the gradual descent into Swakopmund through the Namib Desert. This was as barren as barren could be and the journey was only broken by the existence of the odd mine we just happened to pass. Swakopmund and its neighbouring town of Walvis Bay are famous throughout the world for the Namibian Desert. Here huge towering sand dunes reach right to the waves ...
... 8 in total about all things wildlife :-) Today's about the big 5, would have been better if they'd brought him on before Port Elizabeth but hey ho! ;-) This is the first of 7 sea days so plenty of time to relax :-) the Captain has said that they expect the fine weather to last all the way up to Cape Verde so lots of relaxing in the sun to come :-) CB for lunch and then up ...
... rough to swim in. I am not sure about the quality of the water either. We had lunch in a cafe with cold Windhoek brewed beer. We spent two hours walking around the town before we had to rejoin the taxi and we then took the coastal road back to Walvis Bay. This time we had the high dunes on our left, desert and the sea on our right. The desert itself went right down to the sea. Shortly after leaving Swakopmund we stopped at a small centre from which you could have ...
... a company to me and it was all booked. They picked us up and took us to the desert, set us up with our quad bikes and away we were.
I had never driven anything other than a bike in my life, so this was a quite a big deal to me, I was a bit ropey at first, but one of the Namibian instructors took us 3 guys off on a more exciting adventure. We were ...
... right away . When she threw her arm above her shoulders, she
tumbled downward and rolled hog style.
I had to concentrate on each step; while watching the people in our
group. With difficulty, I wriggled from beneath the weight on my
feet as I tried to stand erect and gaze up. I had a gnawing fear
that if I rested, I would turn around and just give up climbing to
the top. But I was determined not to ...