Hoodia Desert Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... on Mars, the colours and vast amount of land with nothing living on it only some small trees, which I decided must be magic trees as it hasn't rained for over three years! The population of Nambia is just over 2 million and is the same landmass as South Africa which in contrast has a population of 58million. To put that in to prospective on the 4.5hr drive we passed one tiny town which (thankfully:-) only had a petrol station a few shops and about three small streets ...
... we wanted to have delivered at 6 for dinner. We ordered Impala and Oryx. After unpacking we walked up to the entrance and hung around the pool and bar. It is winter here so while most of the places we are staying have pools, we do not get in them without dares or bets.
By the time we got back to our lodge I realized we had a flat tire. This is very normal with the roads around here. Most people ...
... a real luxury, and getting up in the day-light as well. A very leisurely breakfast with Caroline, chatting away with Tallis and Andrea,and then a little later on with April. Is Andrea’s birthday, along with Mary Jane (MJ) who is at the very significant birthday of 50 today - she’s staying over at the Lodge, a few km away on the other side of a crop of hills. A select group of 14 or so are off there for a ‘party’ ...
... with him there…..
Another km down the track took the plunge though. As I’ve said, I’m now at peace with myself and content that what-ever TDA throws at us I’m able to cope with (famous last words looking at the 2 week of cycling left to go - will give it my very best shot though) - so needed to go with the flow, throw out my inhibitions and get my clothes off. If you’ve good figure it’s easy to shed ...
... precarious. You were rewarded when you reached the top though and we watched the sunset feeling very pleased with ourselves for getting there (running down the dunes was a lot of fun too!) Again, words don't really do this justice so have a look at Jacks pictures. The next day we headed on a 10 hour bus journey (rumoured to be the last long day in the bus, hooray!) and arrived at Fish River Canyon - a mammoth sight that, like most of the Namibian landscapes, looked like a ...