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Reunited with Georgia! Just arrived today in Swakopmund after a few days in Windhoek. Lost my luggage on the way over but have it now! It has rained every day but the hostel was lovely and have now done 2 days in the orphanage- incredible experience and amazing children to work with, they appreciate everything they are given, just reading a short …
Still heading for the
garage, as we left the camp we saw a baboon sitting by the road and
also 3 Impala antelopes. We have made it to Mercedes and they have
arranged for a windscreen company to install the windscreen tomorrow.
We left and went to a campsite on the outskirts of town and here they
had some lovely coloured birds.
Back to the garage and
the windscreen has ...
... like they were stolen from a Bavarian hillside and hidden away in one of the least populated, driest places on the continent. Last year, it rained twice on this forgotten patch of earth. We are two of five guests who obviously failed to check the temperature charts and realize that in February it's TOO BLOODY HOT! Even the friendly Namibian born staff are complaining. When they hear we are from Canada they get all dreamy eyed thinking of the relief offered by parkas, sled ...
Today, it was back. Towards Windhoek and the airport by the B1 road which is the main road of country and it cross from north to south.
We stopped to Windhoek at the market. Then, we moved towards the airport. We did the same way than our one-way. So there were two stops and the same airlines.
... a single wildebeest, and a Khori bustard - a pretty good start for the park. Climb to the top of a tower there for a good view of the surrounding countryside and the camp pool. After lunch we take a combined game drive and relocation to the Halali camp, and see lots of giraffes eating the yellow acacia blossoms, kudu, zebras, springbok, the backside of a departing elephant, oryx, some timid steenboks with their distinctive patterned ears, but not a mass of animals, and ...