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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, ...
Today we arrived at Sesriem. We took a walk with a local guide to show us the beauty of the mysterious desert of Namibia. The landscape, the animals, the cold and the intense heat.
The next morning we woke up around 4 am, the sky still speckled with stars to see the sunrise from the top of Dune 45 One of the Sossusvlei Dunes Dunes. The climb was exhausting and, for a few times I thought ...
... sand dunes created by the sand blown from the oceans, sand which originated in the Kalahari and washed down stream by the Orange River. As the dunes block the river flow the water collects in the areas in front and eventually dries up with the remaining clay and silt creating the pans. This has also affected the water supply of the areas trees, the camel thorn acacias. The Deadvlei pan is home to 800 year old camel thorns only they died about 500 years ago due to the blockage of the ...