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Elephants bathing at the Halali Water Hole, Etosha National Park, Namibia.
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Elephants and other wildlife at the Okaukuejo Water Hole in Etosha National Park, Namibia.
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Another seal climbs into our boat.
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Lions at Homob Waterhole, our final stop on our way out of Etosha National Park.
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One of the dolphins chasing the other tour boat breaches.
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The pelican dives toward Jackson to catch a fish.
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Naankuse Wildlife Sanctuary
This cat lives in the main lodge at N/a'an ku sê.
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A warthog grazing in the grass outside the main lodge at N/a'an ku sê.
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Cheetah encounter at N/a'an ku sê Wildlife Sanctuary.
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The city hall in Swakopmund.
The lighthouse in Swakopmund.
Fishing pier in Swakopmund.
The beach in Swakopmund.
Beachfront walkway in Swakopmund.
Christmas decorations in Swakopmund - this one is a seal.
Swakopmund architecture is very much a mix of German styles with African colors.
Tower at the shopping center.
A shopping area in Swakopmund.
Villa Margherita, our hotel in Swakopmund.
A wedding at the church across the street from our hotel in Swakopmund.
Our very dirty Sonata after four days and several thousand kilometers of driving on unpaved roads.
Driving out the "highway" toward the Walvis Bay lighthouse.
The salt factory in Walvis Bay.
Another one of the large sand dunes.
The Namib Desert is one of the most endless expanses of sand we've ever encountered. There is nothing for miles and miles.
Looking across the Namib Desert toward Windhoek, which is 339 kilometers away.
Sand dunes in the Namib Desert.
Some of the massive sand dunes in the Namib Desert.
A pair of pelicans in the parking lot at the tour boat dock.