Swakopmund, Evening Sunlight Living!

We were in Swakopmund for three nights and stayed at the Hotel Pension Rapmund which is affordable, incredibly well placed to allow an easy walk to the beach and town centre and has lovely bright rooms. (Request a sea view, well worth it.)

On the Saturday afternoon after a sad and draining visit to the Seals at Cape Cross to photograph the Colony for the Seals of Nam, we visited the intriguing Raith’s Museum and took a walk in the sunshine. The whole place was abuzz with locals and internationals enjoying the area, having drinks and chats. It was a lovely spirit lifter.

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