Joe’s Beerhouse in Windhoek, Namibia is an interesting place. It is decorated very uniquely.
Yesterday I showed you a page of the menu at Joe’s Beerhouse in Windhoek, Namibia.
Today I reveal what I ordered.
Still not sure what it is?
Here’s a sheet they give to people who order this dish:
It was a piece of heaven right here on earth. It was a meat-eater’s delight.
I loved the Springbok and the Kudu. I could have left the Crocodile though.
Overall, my impression was a big thumbs up. Eat at Joe’s people. You won’t be sorry.
After riding out in the plains of Africa, we got hungry. We ended up back in Windhoek at Joe’s Beerhouse.
I was intent on living the legend. I couldn’t wait to see what the menu options were.
I looked through the menu and finally made my decision. (You’ll read about it tomorrow.) Any guesses as to which I couldn’t wait to try?
While we waited for our orders, I couldn’t help but look at the walls. Some of the walls contained the following items:
These are reminders of Namibia’s past – a German colony.
And some of the wall reminds us of their present.
The absolute highlight of the trip was seeing two rhinos.
Yes, two real live rhinos. Our driver walkie talkied some of the other employees of the ranch to see if we could find the rhinos. After driving around for about 1/2 hour, we found them.
This was an awe inspiring experience.
We did get a little nervous when the one got up and faced our vehicle. But all was well. No charging took place.
No sooner did this large beauty stand up, then he/she laid back down again. That’s what happens when they realize we didn’t have food for them.
To give you a sense of how close we were, look at the picture above. We couldn’t have been more than 10 meters or 30 feet away. Extremely close.
Until next time rhinos. I only hope there is a next time.
We kept driving around Okapuka, looking for more wonderful animals and landscapes.
Apparently, the animals were less interested in us, than we were in them.
After seeing so many wonderful animals, it was time to take notice of the beautiful landscape around us at Okapuka ranch.
Gorgeous. Peaceful. Wonderful.
These are just some of the words that I was feeling at this moment in time.
During our trip to Okapuka ranch, we saw some pretty neat animals. I would have liked to get a better view of these guys, but they were a bit too scared of us.
Run ostrich, run!
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