|In the bedroom?|
Before we could get any lunch, we were asked if we wanted a tour of the town, and when coming from a local, I guess the answer will always be yes. We passed by a few interesting spots including and old SA war museum, a church that had been brought across from Germany (the oldest building in Walvis Bay), took a ride along the promenade of the lagoon and saw some flamingoes and pelicans and then stopped off at a really great bar built on one of the oldest piers for a brilliant sunset drink. We then headed back to the house to get some dinner and a rest.
|Bikers of Walvis bay unite|
|Delilah hitting the dirt|
We met a lovely German/Greek couple at the campsite in Sesriem, who we actually saw at the previous campsite in Solitare. They have offered us a ride in their car to Sossulsvlei and back after which we would probably head to Keetmanshoop, then Luderitz and Fish River Canyon. More to follow shortly......
|Note the missing bell on the left - stolen once again i guess.|
|Scooter in the dining room?|
|Walvis bay is known for its whale cemetery. Delilah standing with some of the remains.|
|Flamingoes on the lagoon.|
|Amazing wooden pub|
|What a picture|
|Ion and friend at the biker run|
|Biker prayer run at the beach|
|Now that's what i call a sunset|
|The oldest building in Walvis imported from Germany|
|First we crossed the Tropic of Cancer, then the Equator, now this....almost there|