Windhoek Country Club Resort
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Stop over accommodation.
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... t need to. The view was spectacular we could overlook the vast landscape of connecting dunes and the pans that defiantly occupied the space between piles of sand. The one directly below big daddy with a concrete white stone, cracking and allowing for patches of sand to fill, it was littered with the mummified bodies of tree trucks, black and white was years of resistance of harsh weather conditions. This is dead vlei: the pan of dead trees. These trees have been there for millions ...
... seven tourists that went that afternoon. You can definitely buy meat for £7. Oh they also paid US$10 to go on the walk which is another £7 per person! I'm not saying these people are not still in a difficult situation but what i'm saying is because they effectively work in tourism (rather ironically I think), they're not earning a bad living. Anyway, that's my view on that little exploitation cycle. I was a bit jealous at first that I didn't go as they saw scorpions but after ...
their noses, mouths and eyes until it is over”.
Not only was Chris coughing but the whole cabin had little irritating coughs. We wondered how safe it really was...
Anyways, after arriving in Jo'burg, we went through a heat sensor that checked if we had a temperature - Ebola checks. Chris' nose was pretty red, but we passed through without issue. For some reason, we had to go through immigration and get our passports stamped. It was odd as ...
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It felt good knowing that Africa was taking the deadly Ebola crisis more seriously than Europe who seem to think that "it can never happen here".