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

    ... known since the late 1400s, the Dutch only raised a flag in 1793 (despite claiming it on a map in the 1650s), until the British quickly decided to take over in 1795. Namibia seemed to suffer from a General Lack of Interest.
    The local Xhosa (click-click language) regarded themselves as caretakers and not owners of the land. Smaller in stature and fairer than their northern African cousins these people clicked and clucked over their terrain.

    Swanning around in Swakopmund

    A travel blog entry by ozvere on Apr 06, 2015

    1 comment, 21 photos

    ... 9 am, ran the gauntlet of the handicraft stalls, made our way through the streets of Walvis Bay and out to Dune 7. Whilst Walvis Bay has wide open streets, with 4 way stop streets on most intersections, there is nothing more remarkable about it. One of the highest crests in the dune belt along the coast is known as Dune 7. Climbing to the top of the dune to see the stunning views is obviously a must (for some!!). The kids love it! They don't seem to ...

    Day 110: The march of the lemmings

    A travel blog entry by tautological on Nov 21, 2014

    1 comment, 1 photo

    ... morning mood to the top of dune 45. A bit like Area 51 in America, all sorts of alien life forms inhabited this sandy monster. There were scarab beetles and, well, that was it, but there were a LOT of scarab beetles. As mentioned previously, I love to climb to the top of things. I usually fall of them when I get there but that's half the fun. So we climbed the highest sand dune in the oldest desert in the world to see what all the fuss was about. It was about a lot. ...

    Walvis Bay, Namibia

    A travel blog entry by mtgirard on Oct 26, 2014

    43 photos

    ... the women we saw selling tourist items, but if you looked carefully, they were around, but dressed in western attire. The women were aggressive and expected to be paid when photographed. They wanted $10 USD, I gave them $1 and they eventually relented, but I then became apprehensive. I enjoyed their little boy who ran off alone and mimicked my gestures. Thumbs up, little man. Enjoy the photos.


    A travel blog entry by kmaclean333 on Oct 25, 2014

    18 photos

    ... but it was 2 hours to anything and unbelievably hot, so They were in for a rough afternoon, although folks were helping them. We saw an ambulance headed their way about a half hour later, but no sign of a tow truck. We finally arrived in Walvis Bay, a British based port town with lots of birds and seals and a nice beach, and shortly after Swakopmund, the German founded Adventure town in Namibia. As we arrived the skies clouded over and the temperatures ...