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... July 8th to go to the red dunes of Sossusvlei (End of the river). These bright red dunes form massive ribs that flare out from the dry riverbed. As the sky started lightening we headed up the iron ore sand of Dune 45 K (45 kilometers into the dunes). The wind was strong and the red sand curled at the crest of the dune. I am talking Lawrence-of-Arabia typed of sand dune! Bruce, of course got to the top and took some amazing pictures ...
... to have an awesome 6 weeks as dinner
details below will highlight, but first a quick confession…….
Yesterday when we arrived at the airport we were minus 1
bag. I won’t name names as it was not
their fault. The airline had left it in
Jo’burg!! This meant that the team not
only had to wait in the airport but also had to squish up in their tents on
their first night as one of the tents ...
Best day ever!!! In the morning, although all still slightly drunk from the night before we get picked up and headed to the Namibian desert for sand boarding! The dunes that we sand board down are 100 metres high but the hardest part was having to climb them back up after you boarded down. This was so much fun, but just made me want to do the real thing. Then we had a go at the lye down where you lye on a ...
... embarked on a seal and dolphin tour in the Atlantic Ocean. We saw hundreds of seals (the seal colony we visited is home to thousands of seals), four Heaviside's dolphins and one bottlenose dolphin. Disappointingly, the dolphins weren't feeling playful, so they didn't interact with our boat, but dolphins are exciting to see no matter what. Another highlight of the boat cruise were the great white pelicans, which are enormous. One of them even guarded the entrance to ...
... We landed in Walvis Bay, Namibia Military Base (pronounced Wallfish) and were greeted by Carlos, our bus driver/guide for the Namibia portion of the trip. We were all very excited to see all of our luggage come off the carousel! (there was a chinese family on our plane who had to pay $700usd for overweight luggage). A short drive from the airport was a row of Sand Dunes named Dune 7 because it is 7 km from the army base and the soldiers would have to run the 7 kms to ...