Hoodia Desert Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... out to me snatching the pie from my finger tips. Surely this must be meerkat territory! We kept eyes peeled. We were desperate (only Rach and I were). Soon after we arrived at our desert campsite. I was expecting a lot less. This place had some of the hottest showers we have had since Nairobi, and the bar was well stocked with cheap coca-colas for the girls and beers for the boys. At 5:30pm some of the group went for a sunset canyon walk. We walked down into a ...
... local language ... Of course we are talking about the rainy season because at this time everything is as dry as a clam the Good Friday lol. Seeing all these people who come here in organized tours (expensive) it makes me appreciate even more the presence of the Lemay-Yau family, for four, we were able to rent a car, we go to the Fish River Canyon, then here this site is also classified as World Heritage by UNESCO. I have not climbed the dunes with my ...
... be our camp spot, but not before we got into a ute and swung around to check out the picturesque scenery from atop a dune. The Boesman experience proved a valuable one. The Boesman, told us about the Boesman people, their means of survival. This sometimes meant leaving a nanna or child behind to increase the groups survival chance. Beating the cold at night by directing thoughts away from the temperature and ensuring they’d ...
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 ...
... special. But of course they didn't get in the play in the sand, we were like big kids! We had lots of fun jumping, sliding, crawling, rolling and running in the sand with our Swiss and Brazilian friends. It was also fun playing with the camera capturing the colours, shapes and big kids of the desert. Next stop was the Sousslvei and Deadvlei pans, an intriguing vista amongst the sand dunes. Throughout history the Tsauchab River has flowed during wet times, but with time has been blocked ...