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Yes, you can have your lunch in a kombi van at Village Cafe in Swakopmund… Zimbabwe, Seychelles, Sierra Leone, Congo, Ghana, Kenya, Cap Vert, Namibia, Tug Boats

24 hours in Swakopmund, Namibia - HeNeedsFood

Discover Namibia's coastal city of Swakopmund - where to eat and drink in this Germanic centre.

Eine deutsche backerei in Otjiwarongo – Wikipedia German Pop, Namibia, West Africa, Country, Deutsch, Rural Area, Country Music

Eine deutsche backerei in Otjiwarongo – Wikipedia

Village Cafe in Swakopmund, Namibia, Photography by Kiki Holiday Destinations, Art Gallery, Things To Come, Photography, Colorful, Fotografia, Africa, Fotografie, Art Museum

Colorful Village Cafe in #Swakopmund #Namibia. | Discover Namibia: www.stories.namibiatourism.com.na|

Otji-skyline - Otjiwarongo – Wikipedia Skyline

Otji-skyline - Otjiwarongo – Wikipedia

Despite being a huge country (bigger than any European) Namibia's population is only 2.5 million people. We've met some of them - like Mavis who works at a Village cafe in Swakopmund.  Official language in Namibia is English but most locals speak their own languages in the household - mostly Oshiwambo and Nama (also called Khoekhoe - the one with the famous click sounds) for the native African population and Afrikaans (derived from Dutch) or German for the Namibians of the European descent…

Alina Rudya on Instagram: “Despite being a huge country (bigger than any European) Namibia's population is only 2.5 million people. We've met some of them - like…”

Despite being a huge country (bigger than any European) Namibia's population is only 2.5 million people. We've met some of them - like Mavis who works at a Village cafe in Swakopmund. Official language in Namibia is English but most locals speak their own languages in the household - mostly Oshiwambo and Nama (also called Khoekhoe - the one with the famous click sounds) for the native African population and Afrikaans (derived from Dutch) or German for the Namibians of the European descent…

The Village Cafe in Swakopmund is a local gathering place. People, People Illustration, Folk

Café of the month: Village Café, Swakopmund

Café of the month: The Village Café in Swakopmund #namibia #swakopmund