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... and fauna that go on and on for as far as the eye can see? Almost 1,300 square miles of wilderness, of complex eco-systems and desert critters?
I can't. It evades words and needs the pictures. And this is what I took...
How bloody wonderful is California? Don't listen to those who denigrate it, who tell you it is fake, false and plastic. It has the most diverse of 'everything' - land, sea and people. Ignore the detractors and if ...
... side in Cottonwood. Our plan is to cross through the park from Joshua Tree to Cottonwood and do at least a couple of hiking trails.
The first part of the drive is along the 10 freeway so it's mainly flat, and we get to crisscross between the huge trucks that carries vegetables and fruit upstate. On the surrounding hills there are literal forests of windmills of all different sizes - a green party wet dream as long as you don't ...
... down how informed us that we had taken the long harder trail to arrive at the dead horse mine !!!we summited the mountain to see the mine before descending down and doing another trail, called split rock which was a lovely little walk to see these crazy little lines and cracks in the rock ...
Nambia was never a country I imagined going to, I did not know much about it to be honest. Now it would never be a country I would miss out. We started off with sleeping next to the biggest meteorite in the world, pretty impressive, but literally the only thing in the entire area aside desert and farms! We spent the next two nights in Etosha park, where I saw a dazzle of zebras, a tower of giraffes, pods of hippos, troops of baboons... And thousands of km of salt flats! ...
... that this was made in 7 days but I’m more of a believer that it took millions of years to shape all this. All of it is shaped by the Colorado River. The river itself is only visible at some points but for the rest you just look at this vast canyon where every layer has its own color. On the way to Grand Canyon Village we stop at some viewpoints and on every stop the views are spectacular. It is hard to describe the Grandness of it all. We find ...