Duesternbrook Guest Farm

Address: \N, Windhoek, 9000, Namibia | Lodge
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This lodge, located on \N, Windhoek, is near Katutura Township.
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    Travel Blogs from Windhoek

    Sossusvlei Weekend

    A travel blog entry by graingergibbs on Aug 02, 2015

    ... is a canyon; seisrem. Meaning six thongs in Germans as the old landowners would have to tie 6 thongs of leather together in order to send a bucket down the canyon to reach water. It crazy how different thing natural phenomenon is compared to the dunes we were on this morning. Canyon you tend to think of as in mountains or risen from the ground however this one winding path was cut in the earth maybe about 7 meters deep. Up the sides you could see the different sedimentary ...

    Last day...

    A travel blog entry by glendamurray on May 25, 2015

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... suite was another round thatched open-air room, the sala, with two leather chaise lounges and buffet with silver service: coffee, tea, cookies, etc., African art, and bird feed. This viewing room also faced the savannah. Meanwhile, in the main lodge, there were a series of leather couches and chairs, with African pillows, art, tables made from hewn trees, and a dining area, all open to views of lawn, pond and savannah. Stunning. Fabulous ...

    Back to Africa: Namibian Semester Break 2015

    A travel blog entry by koppers on Jan 23, 2015

    24 photos

    ... back to Thailand, the place where our travels really began. When planning this year's winter holiday, the hypochondriac in me told me to stay away: I am far too much a worrywart, and the path of Ebola was uncertain at that time. Fortunately, we were bogged down with a semester-long, intensive Master's course, in addition to the other bits and bobs we normally had to undertake, so our holiday planning got pushed to the ...

    Cape Town to Windhoek 7 - 22 October 2014

    A travel blog entry by swanning_around on Oct 22, 2014

    1 comment, 86 photos

    ... English and German) and the 2 Guides Pumi & Marius

    As we were only going around the Cape Peninsular on the first day I didn't expect a lot of excitement but in fact we saw a huge amount. The big red Sunway bus drove us around the Peninsular including Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope. We saw eland, dolphin, seals, white right whales, ostriches, terns, cormorants and penguins.

    Day 2 Cederberg

    Everyone was up on time to start our journey ...

    Going with the flow

    A travel blog entry by gwoodford on Sep 26, 2014

    1 photo

    So today was my day to move on. I thought I'd left myself enough time to pack the rest of my things in the morning. But I was wrong. Somewhere along the way, I'd collected more items and clothing, with the net result being that things just didn't fit in my backpacks anymore. Oops! And I was running out of time... I managed to throw everything pretty much together just in the nick of time... though I now had an additional carry on ...