The Langholm Hotel

Address: 24 Second Street West, Walvis Bay, Namibia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 24 Second Street West, Walvis Bay, is near Twyfelfontein.
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    Travel Blogs from Walvis Bay

    I am the Walvis

    A travel blog entry by illuminati on Apr 20, 2015

    1 comment, 31 photos

    ... about a ululating lady, not long after the nation’s independence.

    What is comforting for the visitor is that two currencies are accepted. The easy to obtain Namibian dollar, and the South African Rand. This in itself offers great trust in the nations reserve bank. However, the lack of barbed wire and security signs was an unexpected and welcome change from ZA.

    We docked in the unusual port of Walvis Bay (population 85,000), Walvis ...

    Swanning around in Swakopmund

    A travel blog entry by ozvere on Apr 06, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... part of South West Africa. Subsequently the enclave was overrun by the Germans at the start of WW1 but were ousted in 1915 by South African Forces. The whole of South West Africa became a protectorate of South Africa by virtue of the League of Nations charter after WW1. In 1978 Namibia got its independence but the enclave of Walvis Bay remained under South African sovereignty until 1994. Meanwhile the Germans, not having a sheltered port, ...

    Day 109: the day nothing happened

    A travel blog entry by tautological on Nov 20, 2014

    Andy: nothing happened today. Zoe looked like she was about to sneeze once but didn't. Zoe: Not too much to report today . We had a fair drive to get to our next spot, well it at least felt that way after such a late night last night. We arrived and went for a swim then headed to the local canyon for a wander. It was beautiful, especially as the light was changing and the sun was setting behind the canyon. Very nice. Next stop, more sand dunes in the ...

    Walvis Bay, Namibia

    A travel blog entry by mtgirard on Oct 26, 2014

    43 photos

    ... the German influence, especially in Swakopmund, a popular tourist spot. Here is where we encountered the Himba tribe, one of two trives left in Namibia. At the time, we knew nothing about them and we thought they were dressed (or undressed) for tourism purposes. After further research we found out that the Himba tribe continues to exist and there are some fascinating facts about them. First ...

    Across the desert

    A travel blog entry by jandkross on Sep 20, 2014

    1 comment, 98 photos

    ... was little sign of human existence on the featureless landscape. The terrain was flat and the vegetation, where there was any, was euphorbia, prickly wattle with pretty white or yellow fluffy flowers and the occasional acacia tree.

    We eventually arrived at a small town called Bethanie and had a very welcome stop at a coffee shop. I went to the general store next door to purchase some water and found the locals conversing in German. It ...