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... out to see the towna bit. Gail's goal; to buy a pair of Kudu shoes made here is this town especially for sand walking.
Pat's goal; to see the museum and aquarium, both on the beach.
The museum has an excellent collection of minerals from all the mining activity in the area as well as very good depictions of the San and Himba lifestyles. The aquarium is small but up to date.
During the quest for shoes we also got to tour a weaving shop located ...
... 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 ...
... been told to be there at 6.30. So we had an hour to kill. It was still cold and dark and we were all ready for a hot drink. We drove to a nearby filling station and cafe, parked up and Blessed and Mbusi got out the stove and prepared breakfast for us. This resulted in a bit of a confrontation with the very officious German cafe owner who objected to our use of his car park. This was understandable I suppose but his brusque manner caused us quite a ...
... such as beef stew, spinach and the local millet bread.
I have never seen a group of teenagers so readily give
things a try. We had the Maponi worms
for starter with a chilli sauce followed by the rest. Stuart took great pleasure in smashing in the
sheep’s head with a claw hammer to get to the brain which was surprisingly nice
(a bit like haggis.) Very impressive – I
hope you enjoy the pics.
Today was our last day in Swakopmund, the morning mist off the ocean was very cold as we started out with a early morning township tour we were picked up by 3 guides and driven to the township, the majority of Swakopmund lives in this area. The area is broken up into 3 different blocks, when some tribes were relocated the government provided accommodation, but the majority live in shacks made out of what ever they can find, with no ...