Wedding – Honeymoon 10-22 Jan 2016

13/1/2016

Day 4

This morning we woke up early, had breakfast and headed for the ghost town tour at 9:30 am. It all began when they found diamonds here in 1908. The town declined after World War 1. It was abandoned in 1954. It was freaky, but very interesting. The town suddenly appears out of no where, when you drive round the corner. They also had a bowling alley, which was restored. That evening we went to a beautiful church called Felsenkirche, which over looks Luderitz on Diamond Hill. The church was built in 1911 and is known for its stained glass windows. It was really windy on top of the Diamond Hill and Kieron was scared that I would fly off the cliff. The only place that I have seen wind like is in Cape Town during the South Easter.

Kolmanskop

Kolmanskop

Kolmanskop

Kolmanskop

Transport in the ghost town

Transport in the ghost town

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