Swakopmund is a major tourist city found on the coast of western Namibia ,situated right on the Namib desert . Swakopmund is famous for its German colonial Architecture dating as far back as 1892. Swakopmund was the main harbor for the Germans during the colonial period and to this date part of the population is still German speaking. Swakopmund being a major tourist center has … Continue reading Namibia : Swakopmund.
Walvis bay is located at Namibia`s west coast along the Atlantic ocean. It is the only commercial port in the country. It is a pleasant town featuring a beautiful wide lagoon with lots of seabirds, pelicans and flamingos, a beautiful waterfront that also happens to be the gateway to dolphin and whale tours. Namibia in general is one of the least populated countries in the … Continue reading Namibia ; Walvis Bay.
Deadvlei is a white clay pan that has a dead forest and is found smack in the middle of the Namib desert, Namib-Naukluft park. It is believed that the trees died at least 600-700 years ago, the trees got scorched black by the hot desert sun and their skeletons remain. After getting down from Dune 45 ,we got back to the car and drove to … Continue reading Namibia : Deadvlei
Namibia is a country found in the southern part of Africa and neighbors South Africa to the south, Zambia and Angola to the north, to the west the Atlantic ocean and Botswana to the east. After spending 10 days in Cape town it was time to move on to the next country Namibia and we decided to take a bus. There are several bus companies … Continue reading Namibia : Sossuvlei.
BOKAAP. Bokaap is found at the bottom of signal hill. Bokaap is a colorful multicultural area popularly known for its colorful houses and cobbled streets. Bokaap was formerly a township known as the malay quarter and is a historical centre of the Cape malay culture. We went to bokaap and walked around marveling at the beautiful houses and took a couple of pictures albeit the … Continue reading Cape Town :A Story about color, parties & train rides.