SeaSide Hotel and Spa
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... though the Namib-Naukluft National Park - some wildlife - not much
Stopped for the obligatory group photo at the Tropic Of Capricorn
and then the Kuiseb canyon - down and out again the other side -then 120 Kn of nothing until we hit Walvis Bay - with shipping and oil rigs off shore and extensive housing construction all along ...
... the strong current.
Cape Cross is a sheltered harbour along the road that has become a seal colony. The photos don't really capture the number of seals, nor the odour of so many seals. December was when the females gave birth, so there were many pups. So cute!
The end of the road, which felt like the end of the earth, was the town of Terrace Bay, a dreary fishing village that reminded us of what the arctic might be like. Our bungalow was a huge step-down ...
... they took Andy and I up last. I was so so nervous in the plane, don't know why as I have jumped before in New Zealand. Andy jumped first and then I followed close behind. The actual scary bit (climbing out of the plane and jumping) was over so quick, the free fall was about 30 seconds and then we sailed smoothly under the parachute to the ground. Luckily Andy jumped first as I would have been so worried on the ground watching. His first parachute ...
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The dusty sandy streets (no tarmac for the Blicks) are arranged in a US style block system. The houses are corrugated iron and old advertising boards. The centre of each block and community seems to be the Barber/Bar. Having a hair cut whilst having a beer in the sunshine, what an eminently ...
... and in a town with a tire store. Over the past number of days, Woo Zee had taken a real pounding and could have popped a tire in places that might have made us very lonely vulture food but she hung on until she knew we were safe. Not many things worked properly on the Wounded Zebra, knobs kept falling off, the roof leaked, and she attracted the kind of attention you get when you walk down the street with a three legged dog (an equal measure of shock and sympathy), ...