SeaSide Hotel and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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... north along the coast for a few minutes, then turn inland to fly over an area lovingly referred to as the “moonscape”, which Andre tells us was formed when the tectonic plates pushed the silt at the bottom of this former ocean together, creating huge vertical ridges. Andre sets the plane down in a narrow, remote valley formed by this process, which was also a camping spot for the bushmen for hundreds of years. He shows us pottery ...
... I fell over all the time, got stuck in deep sand, completely ****** up the jump and had a ball. The lie down boarding was even better, even though I had a massive fall on the second run and thought I had broke my wrist again. We even got lunch there and saw a massive scorpion, what a morning. In the afternoon we showered up and then went shopping, I had sand everywhere and made a right mess of the bathroom floor. Swakopmund seems a funny ...
... had the same birthday which lightened the mood. The bribe price eventually came down to 300R but at this moment they received a phone call and it soon became apparent they had to leave soon. I said we would discuss the price with the bosses (The woman). I decided to stall in the car to see what would happen. This was the right decision as he gave me back my license and we were free to go without paying a fine :-)
We continued on, now driving ...
... took out the Tequila bottle and the Stroh rum, and poured it in a double shot glass 50:50. I drank it in one go and continued drinking my J&B. I think the locals expected me to throw up. 20 mins later they did the same to another guy at the bar and then left. I was offered the Vleisduif and after a while realised the owner is not going to drink it, so I did, and left after a glass of water.Here is the thing with drinking a lot: You have to drink a lot ...
... July 8th to go to the red dunes of Sossusvlei (End of the river). These bright red dunes form massive ribs that flare out from the dry riverbed. As the sky started lightening we headed up the iron ore sand of Dune 45 K (45 kilometers into the dunes). The wind was strong and the red sand curled at the crest of the dune. I am talking Lawrence-of-Arabia typed of sand dune! Bruce, of course got to the top and took some amazing pictures ...