Hoodia Desert Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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Reggel meg tettünk egy próbálkozást, hogy el kérjük a kolcsonzotol a papírokat az uj autónkhoz, de igazából nem is értették, mit akarunk :) szerintük az teljesen jo, ha áthúzzuk a regi rendszámot es beírjuk az újat :) kár, hogy a telefonban nem lattak a kepemet...:))
Az aggódás helyett inkabb oszzekeszultunk es elmentünk reggelizni :) a …
... It looked a bit grim for us but he knew one of the rangers well and she offered to take us on tour out of hours. Elizabeth was a delightful lady, pregnant with number two, laughing and chatting all the way. Her 'take photo photo photo' at various points had us all charmed. The engravings of animals on the sandstone were fascinating, deserving their status as World ...
... when we spotted a warthog running away from us.
The roads here are very long and straight, mostly gravel once outside the cities. Our destination is Namib - the worlds oldest desert. We are heading to Sossusvlei where the giant red sand dunes are. By around 11.00 the sun was starting to warm us up, but the wind was still strong and cold. After our coffee stop, we passed through some spectacular scenery, climbing over ...
We awoke at 4:45, a quick breakfast of coffee, granola and yogurt, and we hit the road. The stars were still out. Last night a full moon lit up the desert landscape. Now, as we drove toward Sossusvlei, a red dawn crept above the ridge of eastern mountains, slowly turning the sky a fiery tangerine. One of the most gorgeous sunrises I have ever seen. By the time we drove 35 km to the gate, a pale morning light washed through. It's a further 63 ...
Seems that a great majority of the riders managed at least a km of naked riding at some point today - we were treated to some of the staff serving breakfast this morning with only their aprons on. Some rode the full 80 odd km naked, Trish and Kevin did all the way from the lunch truck to camp, and me - well I did 15km deciding I really needed to get clothed once the road conditions deteriorated and before I fell off somewhere!!!