Skeleton Coast Time to head out of the coast and back into the desert! We leave Swakopmund and up along the Skeleton Coast. We make a quick stop at the famous Zelia Shipwreck that was stranded back in 2008. It was such a lonely spectacle to see out in the water and yet eerie at […]

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