The Merry-Go-Round is in town

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Ice-cream, cotton candy, exhilarating rides and great fun is the order of the day in Walvis Bay at the Merry-Go-Round under the management of Amusements 4 Africa. The amusement park opened its doors on Friday at 15:00. They will be closed throughout the week and will re-open next weekend. A token costs you N$10 and some rides require more than one token. Photo Leandrea Louw

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