Hoodia Desert Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Last night we had a note slipped under our door, oo the excitement! It ended up only being a plan for this day, stating we did not have a sleep in, needing to be ready at 7am, BUT, we did get a buffet breakfast supplied at the hotel! And this breakfast did not disappoint - bacon, eggs to order, toast, fruit salad, granola, yoghurt, cereal and Nutella! We were all in heaven. Before doing shopping for 4 lunches and dinners (bringing us right up to Cape Town!) we sucked in ...
Wishing Cape Town and South Africa a fond farewell we were setting our sights on Namibia. Around 8:30am a guy from Namibia dropped off our car for the duration of our trip through Namibia.(Yes he drove all the way from Namibia to SA to drop a car off!) We had a Toyota Hilux with 2 tents on the roof and a fridge :-) Feeling excited about our new facilities we set off on our adventure.
Wow what a drive, 7 hours in the car from Cape Town to Springbok and ...
... spectacular wind sculpted dunes in a palette of pinks, mauves & oranges. We passed several ostrich families wandering through.
We took heed of tips from the rest of our party about the best way to manage the sunrise viewing & made sure we were at the Inner Park Gate as it opened at 5.20am !
Avoiding gemsbok & springbok along the dark road, we headed towards Soussevlai as the suns glow started to colour the horizon. Our early start ...
... 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 ...