SeaSide Hotel and Spa
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Everyday is a fun day on expedition and today has been no
exception. Having been ready by 9am we
had further bus troubles. In fact they
were so dramatic they were not sorted till 2pm but again the team did a
sterling job in sorting it all out so I wont bore you with the details.
They seem to have bonded so well and just get on with
things. If (and that’s a big ask) they
keep going at this rate we ...
... called the living desert we were taken out in a 4WD into the dunes and with local guides try find life, it was a bit of a cloudy day Swaakopmund is on the coast line so heavy fog often rolls in early morning and late afternoon so didn't expect to see a lot but we did. The guide Earnest was amazing her was able to look at tracks and marks on the sand to find these animals. The desert itself is so rich in iron, so much that ...
... embarked on a seal and dolphin tour in the Atlantic Ocean. We saw hundreds of seals (the seal colony we visited is home to thousands of seals), four Heaviside's dolphins and one bottlenose dolphin. Disappointingly, the dolphins weren't feeling playful, so they didn't interact with our boat, but dolphins are exciting to see no matter what. Another highlight of the boat cruise were the great white pelicans, which are enormous. One of them even guarded the entrance to ...
... br> Now enjoying a lovely sunset, than diner, sleep, early rise and to Swakopmund via Moonlandscape.
Pffffff, in a week I am going to be back home in The Netherlands. Guys I can tell you, I am not (yet) looking fwd to it. The desert is a part of the world I love a lot. I do not want to be spiritual, but I do feel very connected here.
Something people who have never seen a desert cannot understand, people who have been in the desert know exactly what I mean.
... Livingstone, Windhoek). They and their new friends (another UK couple) were interested in renting of motorbikes as well. In the end we booked a quad biking activity for a group of 6 people. We were supposed to have a lot of fun!
At 13.30 we arrived at the office of Desert Adventures. We proceeded with the required payment (NAD 450 per person, 90 minutes), picked up our helmets and went through some basic instructions. All of us, except of Gonzalo, ...