Duesternbrook Guest Farm
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... br> From there, we continued west to the former German colony of Luderitz. We spent the day soaking up the town and its "luxuries" (such as vegetables only being delivered on Fridays), as well as driving along the coast from it both north and south.
Saturday, January, 31, 2015-Sunday, February 1, 2015 - Sesriem and Sossusvlei:
After one short day on the Atlantic, we were desert-bound ...
... first basic campsite, very remote under the Spitzkop rocks, silent at night with so many stars that I did not want to go to sleep. I lay in my bed looking up at them through the mosquito netting then fell asleep with my glasses on. A Spotted Eagle Owl had watched us the whole evening from the rock above our tents.
Earlier in the afternoon a young man from the local tribe came to take us for a walk to some bush man paintings and to explain his traditional culture, coming ...
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... rude. She would not stop raving on and in the end we mutually agreed that we would not stay there. We left, quite angry. It was getting dark and we had nowhere to stay and were literally in the middle of nowhere. We headed down the dusty road feeling stressed. It is so true that when you travel and things go wrong, in the end, it all works out and it did. About 5 minutes down the road we found a farm with a few tent sites. The owner was lovely and of course, it had a ...
... every time they spotted game, and we had to will them to keep moving in order to prevent prolonging our time with the stench. At the other end, however, we gloved up and dug in, flinging the floppy and smelly intestines over the fence to a pack of 13 wild and hungry dogs! I’m not sure what they find so delicious about horse intestines but it was no gourmet meal to us… We went to bed that night with the stench still up our noses. ...