Swakopmund Beach Living!

This glorious coastline is covered with mist in the mornings and evenings, but by midday it has been burnt off by the warm sun. Even in Winter. Its wonderful walking, either on the beach or along the paved promenade. Fishermen take up position and hope for a catch, gulls cry for attention and the many tourists walk and photograph and greet each other inbetween breathing the cool clean Atlantic air.

There’s a row of charming homes along the beachfront, I could be asked to live in any of them, but did favor the round one as a warm heart maker.

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