Ugab Terrace Lodge
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"So what are you going to do there in Terrace Bay?" asked the sweet old lady running the guesthouse in Swakopmund. "Fish?" "Nope," we said. "Hmmm, well, there isn't much else there to do," she explained. "Guess we'll probably do some reading" said Dave. And so began our trip up through the Skeleton Coast. There has been a theme throughout Namibia …
Good morning Namibia!!! After an excellent breakfast (breakfast in Windhoek and not Vegas, so no gin and cocain - Praga Khan) I went into the city of Windhoek for a short visit. I realised pretty fast I had to see the nature (Natural Blues - Moby). So I went for some shopping so I can survive a few days. At noon I was ready for my first roadtrip ( …
... grey hornbill, black chested prinia, short tailed whydah, Namaqua dove, giraffe, red hartebeest, shrika and lots of black faced impala which are endemic to Namibia. After our game drive we had a late lunch, shopped a little at the boutique and prepared supper after a second game drive before ...
... guinea fowl cross the road in front of us, a Mountain Zebra run along side the car, a few Steenboks, and a group of 4 cheetahs that also crossed the road in front of us. Upon our arrival we enjoyed a poolside drink and made plans for the next few days. We will do some grocery shopping before heading into the Etosha park and fill up the ...
... as far as your eyes
can reach. A fishy smell, by the way.
Took some nice pics.
Our next target was desert elephants. A big step from the seals at the coast to
tracking the giants of the desert, roaming the dry river beds of the Huab river
near Twijfelfontien. Here you also find the rock engravings from the bushmen.
Enroute we a driving breakfast, quick roll and drink in the Landcruiser.
Tracking means that you literally drive ...
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- Room service
- Free parking