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Encore une belle virée du canyon au sud vers les dunes de Sossusvlei. On a découvert une autre petite ville coupée par la route sur le chemin, Helmeringhausen, où nous nous sommes régalées avec des saucisses, une salade et des belles parts de tarte aux pommes!
Encore en route, en traversant les parcs nationaux, on a vu un groupe de trois gué …
Today was an incredibly early start we were up and about by 430am ready to climb on of the biggest sand dunes in the Namib desert. It was quite cold this morning so we all rugged up warm and set out to climb and what a sand dune at over 150 m high Dune 45 gets its name for being 45 km from Sesriem. i never realised how hard walking up hill in sand …
... to my heart, I put the transmission mode 4 * 4 and Iran for at least 50 meters before getting bogged down completely.
Note to self, driving in snow and sand have this different in the snow we follow the footsteps of those that left traces before us, do not do this in deserts! Follow the footsteps of others just moved the wheels deeper into sand ... we can go on like 4 * 4 until the wipers sweep the Sand off the car ... We were stuck. In the sand, ...
... since 2001. He showed pictures of the area from the 90's which showed a red dusty landscape. Today it is covered in grass as their annual rainfall is increasing as part of the ocean temperatures changing. We pointed out that since 2001 our seasons too have been changing but rather we have been in drought. I asked him whether the increased rainfall was good and he felt it wasn't as the ecosystem was changing all the way up to the Okavango Delta. More amusingly Frans also spoke of ...
... broken down so there was no water. We had a meeting to decide whether to drive another 150kms or to stay. As we had already put up the tents and had enough water for cooking and washing up we voted to stay even though it meant having to carry a bucket of water to the toilet after use. We again sat under the stars after dinner and watched another episode of 'Africa' showing the cape area we are heading ...