Monday, 16 June 2014

Shot of the day



Zebra at Andersson's Camp Namibia
Nikon D5200 | Sigma 150-500mm |1/500 | F6.3 | ISO 180

Wednesday, 11 June 2014

Shot of the week 
Lioness and Cub




March 2014-Kenya Masai Mara. Nikon D5200; Telephoto Sigma 150-500mm; F6.3; 1/250; ISO 500.

Saturday, 7 June 2014


The Tug Restaurant

...is stylishly built around the original Danie Hugo tugboat and is beautifully located on the sea front overlooking the famous Swakopmund jetty.The Tug is renowned for its delicious seafood specialities served straight from the ocean amidst a casual, relaxed atmosphere.


With unobscured views of the rocky shoreline and crashing waves of the cold Atlantic, one can enjoy the treasures of the ocean whilst seated at our individually created table top designs painted by Namibian artists.
Our à la carte menu of seafood extravaganzas include west coast lobster, prawns, mussels, calamari, cultivated oysters and Norwegian salmon. 



For those with a sweet tooth, our home-made crème brûlée, cherries or tiramisu are a must. We offer a fine selection of wines from the Cape winelands with over 89 to choose from.


With the sun setting over the ocean and the scream of seagulls overhead, sit back on our terrace and savour fine food and wine whilst enjoying the idyllic atmosphere which surrounds you

Sunday, 1 June 2014

   SURFING SKELETON BAY NAMIBIA


The wave is long, probably the longest barreling wave in the world. Some people call it the best left in the world, others call it the most technically demanding wave they have ever surfed, and others - surfers on the wrong side of 30 who have been pole-axed and pile-driven for want of two perfectly apt clichés - call it a close-out. If you're a pro surfer, this destination has a lot going for it. If you're just a competent surfer Skeleton Bay is going to test you.

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