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Arrival and Our Apartment in Windhoek
Swakopmund on the Atlantic Coast
The City of Windhoek
Walvis (whale fish) Bay
Etosha National Park
Namibia by Air
This vehicle is more suited for the highway here.
The local supermarket had everything the people need and want - especially their favorite drink - booze.
And in the middle of the desert, Grandma’s Restaurant.
Selling Interesting Rocks
Miles and Miles of Nothing
How refreshing after the hot desert!
Radical Improvement in the Homes!
Golf Course on the Edge of the Desert!
Desert to the East, Ocean on the West!
This lighthouse is a great place to eat.
Kerstin helped to arrange the flowers and knick knacks.
Kerstin and Angela’s Favorite Window
Sand Dunes just South of Town
Don - Meeting New Friends
The Jetty at Sunset
Riding in the Desert is No Picnic
I found Angela in town under these palm trees.
How about a mosquito-proof sofa?
There was no asphalt on the road from Etosha Park to the Atlantic ocean and very few fences. After about 30 minutes on the road, this oryx appeared before us on the highway.
As he galloped away like a horse, more appeared.
This modern highway on the left continued for 300 miles to the sea.
What is it? A bird of paradise, of course!
Not my dream home, but the people here were happy.
Another modern housing project - I prefer the tents.
On the way to church in Sunday clothing.
Suddenly the ocean appeared.
Yours Truly with Angela!
Each home had its own water tower!
Streets and Buildings Like in Germany
Our Hotel - Meike’s Guesthouse
Breakfast - just like at home
Camels on the Roadside
Meanwhile, Down at the Beach
The Old Brewery
Angela Gathering Souvenirs
The Next Day - Don Rents a Bicycle
I found a geocache here, but it didn’t take long for me to realize that riding a bicycle in the hot desert is no fun.
And then joined her for a sandwich and some cold water.
She enjoyed shopping for some new Safari clothes.
About 45 Minutes to the south is Walvis (whale fish) Bay
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