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... but it's a bit chilly and windy to spend much time down there. As with all cities and towns we've been in there is a big divide between the have and have nots. Large townships with horrible little tin shack homes. Our guide says Namibia is doing a pretty good job of building homes for these people and having the new owners contribute to help instil some pride of ...
... centre and a ride back to the airport for $100 Canadian dollars. You will be happy to know that again, we passed the Ebola testing station upon arrival into Namibia.
The ribbon of highway into Windhoek wound and dipped through barren land speckled only by scrubby bushes and wild baboons to which we saw several. It was our first time since Smith Road on January 31 that we were able to look out at nothing. It was a beautiful nothing. The ...
... to this part of the desert to show a lichen (some sort of weed I think) that during dry spells is black and boring and in the winter sea mists opens up with a vivid green display. He put two drops of water on it and it shone like a green beacon.
... idea. There were loads of photo opportunities up there. The landscape was stunning - bright blue sky against caramel brown rock. We took loads of photos, some silly, some cute and some creative. Trying to climb up to a next section of the rock Matt broke his flipflop (trying to give Leigh a boost), Leigh scraped his shin on a rock, and Rach and I became the laughing stoke of the remainder of our "lovely" group who were standing there gawking ...
... 8220;Parachute systems sometimes fail to operate correctly…” Tom and I went up in the same plane, which was tiny! Six of us crawled in (you couldn’t stand up) and I enjoyed the scenic flight whilst having to perch on my instructor, Dries’, knees. Poor Tom tried to put on a brave face but looked absolutely terrified! The door was pulled open and it was time! Tom, his instructor and one ...