Swakopmund is a sleepy coastal summer town. It was winter, so maybe that's why it was very sleepy.


We stayed in these bungalows, which was a nice break from tent living.

We did a township tour, visiting the less affluent part of town.

We visited a private school. The kids sang us a song which was very nice.

Local Namibian cuisine. There are some fried insects in there too. I tried it.

We even got a local choir performance. It was a fantastic tour.

Fried doughnuts!

Shipwreck! There have been many shipwrecks along the Skeleton Coast. This one has been stuck here for nearly a decade.

This is Cape Cross, which has a seal colony of 80K to 100K seals! It was unreal!


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