SeaSide Hotel and Spa
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... watched the jackels wander through the camp. We also admired all the various RV like things in the campground. I cannot say they are better than RVs in America but they are definitely more creative. Most people pull little trailers that pop up all over the place and open up with drawers, fridges etc. Most tents are actually on the top of vehicles or trailers which means that if any wild animal comes into the campsite to eat us, ...
... We tracked zebras, dug some poisonous spiders out of the ground, learnt how to survive in the desert and learnt loads about the history of Namibia. Not many of the group decided to do this walk, but it was well worth it.
- We've eaten zebra, snails, kudu, springbok and caterpillars. I'm trying to have the weirdest thing on the menu every time we eat out.
- This morning, 5 of us went quad biking in the desert for 2 hours. It was so much fun. Finally had a use for my ...
... land and poster paint blue skies. After setting up camp in our first Damaraland stop, we went for a walk and scaled the nearest orange hill of ancient rock and very spiky trees, and were taken aback by the beauty of the landscape that greeted us: one that has been (apart from a few electricity pylons) completely unscathed by the human hand. It was surprisingly windy at the top despite the heat, and gave us a clue to how the temperature ...
... be paid for with a pay card which just seemed so unfair. We stopped at Mamma Gloria's house, a Herero lady who was happy to have us and chat about the Herero people. She was a very large woman with humongous breasts packed tightly into a huge elaborate gold and brown dress with a gold cow horn hat. You could see she understood some English but only replied in her own language. Nico the guide (who could speak seven languages, sure) translated our questions to her and we learnt ...
... of the foot prints in the sand the nose of my board dug in and I flipped. My head hit the sand really really hard. It hurt a lot. My Mom thought that I had a concussion.
Then we got in the car and went back to our hotel. We showered off and then went shopping. I bought a T-shirt and Ava bought a purse. We went to the gem museum but it was closed, we got to look in the store. It was really cool. We went to the pizza ...