Swakopmund Sands Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... harbour for German South-West Africa, and a small part of its population is still German-speaking today. We had lunch on the coastline where there were at least hundred Flamingos. The sea wind was freezing and we all got our jackets out. After lunch we drove through town to give us an idea where everything was and than we got to our hotel where we checked in! Yesssss, great to have some luxury again, a real bed and able to get our clothes washed. We had some time for ourselves ...
... not sound like it, but the trip w quite exciting as we went from one thing to the next, halfway to through the boat trip, the captain presented lunch and it was completely unexpected and was quite a spread, oysters, eggs, samosa, sausages, sandwiches, small pastries, (I even had my first ever ...
... most stores are closed on Sunday -- probably a good thing for G's budget. G gets to relax and M is going sky diving. That's where he is right now. I saw dolphins leaping around in the ocean today. It was chilly and foggy, but cleared enough for the sky-dive.
Tomorrow, we kayak in Walvis Bay. Very excited about that. Tonight, oysters and South African wine at The Jetty overlooking the ocean. Now, what's not to like about that plan?
... African canoes). The sun a blazing red ball slowly sinking behind the Boabab trees. A big herd of elephants was also grazing on another Island as we passed by. On our return to camp we enjoyed a wonderful camp dinner and Craig headed off into the black of night to photograph the millions of stars that twinkled above us. Our sleep was only interrupted by the sounds of hippos, elephants and ...
We had initially booked two nights camping at Sesriem, but after having visited Sousvlei in the afternoon and to visit again in the morning we decided we would shorten our stay and spend a day longer in Swakopmund. We had a very early start and woke up at 5am as the gate of the campsite in Sesriem opens an hour before sunrise. We decamped and were on the road by 5:25 (I was impressed). Got to dune 45, with the rest of ...