We had to get into Keetmanshoop to get enough cash as well as find a supermarket to buy enough food to keep us going for few days in the desert. We did not know what to expect in term of food and cash, for the itinerary I had in mind. My paper map was showing the fuel stations dotted around the desert, but I had no idea whether they would accept card payment or if they would have a shop attached to it! So, a town was useful for that. It was early days in Namibia and I still didn’t know what to expect. Buying fuel on the way. Funny how they like to keep very old cars standing around, rusting away. We saw this everywhere in Namibia. In town, we found a place to stay by following signs for a B&B. The landlady told us that it was not safe to walk out at night, so we went out for a very early dinner. Usually after a full day riding, we don’t like to get back on the bikes. And also, if we ride to some place for dinner, we can’t really get a beer or some wine if we are riding. The B&B owner told us how to get to a restaurant, not too far, and it was near some ATM machines. So after a shower we walked to what probably the high street, with banks and shops. Lots of local guys seemed to just hang around the ATM machine. Young, relatively well dressed, but just standing around doing nothing. I don’t like that. It makes me feel nervous! If they don’t use the machine, why are they hanging around the closed bank, like that? Anyway, we got cash and found the restaurant, which was empty. We shared a really nice spicy pizza, washed down with local beer. After that we walked back to the B&B, before nightfall.