Africa: Day Three
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I ended up not having a seat mate on the flight from Germany into Windhoek, which was so nice, because I was able to spread out a bit, and I actually got a little sleep. We arrived in Windhoek, and were greeted by an amazing African sunrise. I had a little trouble going through customs, because I didn't know the name of the village that I was going to, only that it was near Rundu. The lady was really nice, though, and told me to go find my friend and get the village name and come back. So I went through and found McKenzie right away...she was filming me as I came through the door. Just what you want after traveling for 35 hours =) She gave me the village name which I in turn gave to the customs worker, and got my passport back and was free to go.
Then back to the hosts' house to relax before dinner. For dinner, we went to Joe's Beerhouse, a very cool place with indoor and outdoor seating, ponds, grass roofs on the different rooms or patios, and an amazing atmosphere. We had a couple drinks, and for the main course ate a kabob type thing with veggies, as well as Kudu, chicken, Zebra, Ostrich, and crocodile meat...all very good...the crocodile was a little weird though. All in all it was a good experience. Then it was back to the house for some more catching up, and then bed.