Protea Guesthouse Indongo
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... in Uranium mining well paid but short-lived (the miners not the jobs) Tourism and dab-ministration all hard to come by - so a variety of elf-employment activities evident by signs on houses indicating such activities hairdressing , laundry services carwash etc and then a myriad of local shebeens - alcohol is a major problem - and contributes to the other - family violence - but overall the crime situation is seen as mainly 'petty crime' - ...
... food and company. On our second glass of wine Craig and I decided to teach ourselves some Danish with the aid of a google translator. We haven't laughed so hard in ages. When the Danes came in a bit later, we were in fine form and impressing them with Danish. We leant some very useful phrases and some drinking phrases that we think will become handy. We wandered home after dinner through the quiet streets of this nice town looking forward to a warm shower and bed! A real bed!
... to the ground and that you wouldn't die horribly. However, I hadn't done parachuting before so what did I know? As the ground got about 10 seconds away I started to think I don't like parachuting that much now and I would like to stop and get off please. Particularly as I could see my parachute floating off in the distance. If my parachute didn't want to go parachuting then nor did I. Luckily a backup parachute was eventually found, and my ...
... and if I found one in my garden I'd dig the ugly blighter up and burn it.
On the way back to Swakopmund we drove through what we would call a township. You have to go in with a guide and can only drive round in organised vehicles but Ali and I have ...
... Sonja dismissed the headphones as unimportant and Peter (who had been concerned mostly about his malaria tablets) discovered that he had in fact packed his toilet bag. He put the whole episode down to a "senior moment" and received a considerable amount of sympathy but was without a doubt going to get his leg pulled about it for the rest of the trip. Off we went again and this time had been on the road for around 30 minutes when we stopped again ...