Burgsdorf Goat & Guest Farm
Travel Blogs from Maltahohe
... pretty cool to think that it was a bit of space dust! I went for a walk down the road with the girls in the afternoon for a bit of exercise whilst Luke stayed at the camp playing football and Scrabble with the guys. We were getting on well with the whole group and enjoyed having lots of people to talk to after the silence of New Zealand! We were treated to eggs and fried potatoes for breakfast before heading out for the final leg to Etosha National Park. ...
... was as cool and worldly as her at that age! This girl is going far in life. Nationality: Australian Place of birth: Melbourne, Australia Age and date of birth: 18, September 26th, 1994. Family: 2 younger brothers, parents. Education: Finished high school last year, deferred her course and onto university next year. Jobs: Worked at a bakery for nearly 3 years, currently working in a pub as a barmaid/waitress. Favorite music: Easy listening, a little folk (Lumineers, ...
... before and, apparently, she hadn’t been right since. She hadn’t eaten for a 'few’ days and wouldn’t get up. Could I go collect her and bring her back to CCF for treatment? Well, I wasn’t about to say no but I had to finish my visits in Grootfontein first thing in the morning and then I’d be on my way.
At 7am I headed out to Hans’ town farm to check out his dairy goats. He has some of ours so it was lovely to see them doing their ...
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The San are very animated when they speak. Although we had a click click translator it was fascinating just watching their passion and enthusiasm mixed with such a beautiful language. Often when interpreted, you wouldn't think what was said matches up. The clicking language has more to it than just click click clock click, although that's what makes up most of it. Other sounds which seem ...
... of the ususl suspects; giraffes, elephants, hyenas and some lions. Etosha also has its own gazelle called black faced gazelle as they have black tear markings from their eyes to their nose, these are the national animal of namibia. The campsites are really well designed as they sit surrounded by the national park with viewing platforms situated at watering holes where you sit all night. ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking