Cappuccino outside one of the best bookstores in Namibia
The Kayakers relaxing after their fun day on the sea
Some of us got to see an African-German Karnival
At night, we all went out to celebrate Megan and Lindsey’s birthday. Many of the group went out dancing afterward.
Megan singing on the bus in the shotgun seat on the way to her 30th birthday party!
The whole group at the Lighthouse Restaurant for the birthday party
Sunday we woke up early and drove to Walvis Bay for the Mola Mola Bay Tour – about 10 each on a boat. We all had a great time. We saw the cape fur seal colonies, penguins, flamingos & pelicans. We also had groups of dolphins driving along side us. The tour finished with a wonderful spread of raw oysters, champagne, sailors' coffee and other Namibian delicacies!
The "Jo Jo" Boat Crew
The "Sandy" Boat Crew
Lindsey enjoying the ride
Justin giving the Seal a mohawk
Feeding the pelicans
Cape Fur Seals
It's not called the Skeleton Coast for nothing...
We finished our trip on the coast with a visit to Dune 7, one of the largest sand dunes in the world. About half of us climbed all the way to the top, which is harder than it looks, but is worth it.
On the way "home" to Puccini House in Windhoek, we played bus games, including Minnesota Namibia Social Work Study Tour Trivia.