An old favourite revived

SWAKOPMUND

10 November 2017 | Business

Nearly a year after its ground breaking ceremony, the Bonus MarktPlatz in Swakopmund is set to open its last remaining businesses soon. One of the most anticipated of these is the reopening of the traditional Bonus Markt roast chicken and ice cream shop. Other businesses which will be opening soon include Desert Rain, Mirror Mirror, Krisjans and Bateleur Helicopters. Photo archive

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