Protea Guesthouse Indongo

Address: 12 Moses Garoeb Street, Swakopmund, Namibia | 3 star inn
 
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This 3 star inn, located on 12 Moses Garoeb Street, Swakopmund, is near Sossusvlei, Spitzkoppe, and Tommy's Tours and Safaris.
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      Travel Blogs from Swakopmund

      Day 106: Slow karting

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Nov 17, 2014

      1 photo

      ... basking in the sun. We also seem to have arrived at the perfect time as it's baby season, which the plaque said lasts for about 3 weeks so most of them had a pup or were about to have a pup. There were babies everywhere both alive and sadly a lot were dead. We were also lucky enough to watch one giving birth right at our feet. Pretty gross but so cool to see as I've never seen anything like it. Then we continued down the coast ...

      Namibia's Skeleton Coast

      A travel blog entry by sellers2013-14 on Nov 02, 2014

      48 photos

      ... br> The flight over the highlands is beautiful and takes about an hour. Then, we hit the amazing Skeleton Coast, which is truly extraordinary. There are literally hundreds of huge colonies of seals, dotted along the edge of the waves as we fly up the coast. With thousands of seals below us, there must be hundreds of sharks, too! Andre assures us that this is indeed the case.
      There are also numerous shipwrecks strewn along this expansive ...

      Across the desert

      A travel blog entry by jandkross on Sep 20, 2014

      1 comment, 98 photos

      ... but were ushered into an enclosure housing two caracals. They were beautiful creatures, named Romeo and Juliet, who dozed peacefully amongst the spiny bushes as we visitors, growing slowly braver, edged close and closer to photograph them. The third enclosure housed two cheetahs called Oscar and Wild. They obviously knew the guide well and allowed him to stroke and pet them. One of the German tourists did the same and soon we were queuing up to ...

      The week after Cape Town

      A travel blog entry by bat1chief.cj on Jul 10, 2014

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... our own tent and tote our own gear. We all are put on a team of 3 to help our staff. Sometimes we will help "KFC" prepare our meals, sometimes we sweep and dust the truck, sometimes we are assigned washing dishes or scrubbing pots. After every meal, everyone has to 'flap’. Flapping is taking the clean dishes from the rinse and waving them back and forth until they are dry enough to be put back in to the tubs and stored again on the truck
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      Pushing the Culinary Boundaries

      A travel blog entry by jdchurchers on Jul 09, 2014

      5 photos

      ... the missing bag. They also had to
      share roll mats and clothes to make sure the person survived a particularly
      cold night in Windhoek. Fortunately the
      bag arrived at 2pm today at the backpackers so some could say it was fate we
      were delayed this morning otherwise we would have missed it again. Again no fuss made, another situation just
      dealt with.

      On to dinner……..we had the choice of going for a ...