Hoodia Desert Lodge
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Kids activities or Babysitting
- Free parking
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... back to our camp and a welcome swim in the pool.
The next morning, after packing up again, we drove to the canyon for a short walk. It is so strange. We parked the truck, without seeing a canyon, walked a short distance and there was a giant deep crack in the ground. Finding a way down was a bit of a challenge but once we were at the bottom, it was great. It reminded us a bit of the Antelope slot Canyon in Arizona without ...
... into the park. Dune 45 is 45 km from the entrance and also the 45th dune, which is how it got its name...it's one of here highest, although Big Daddy (another you can climb) and a few others are bigger. Climbing it was a tough slog for the first bit, but then it got a lot more gradual, and going down is a lot of fun, but sand everywhere! I think I had about a litre of sand between my socks and shoes, not to mention the sand that somehow got in my back ...
... small rocky mountains surrounding us, with small thermal hot pools dotted about. We swum in the indoor one. This was the lodges pool because the campsites one was being repaired. Weren't we lucky, the pool was lovely. That was basically our day. We drove for the morning, walked the canyon then relaxed in the thermal spa for the afternoon. Only 5 more days to go on Wiley. Accommodation: Ai-Ais Thermal ...
Corrugated, gravel roads and desert vistas that go on and on. No rear suspension and very grateful for biking underwear.
Stood at the Tropic of Capricorn, cycled to the dunes for sunrise, and discovered the Hidden Vlei - a barren, dry, white seabed that stretches for miles.
More and more wildlife - cobra, jackal
Oh, and the axel sheared off the bike trailer and the resourceful tour guide got it fixed. ...
... with putting the roof tents away! In the night we were rudely awoken by a loud screeching sound of what seemed to be a wild cat, curling up closer to each other we tried to work out where it was and what it was doing. Next minute we hear a thud and then there was silence...guessing it killed something or it was killed. The mystery of nature!
Up at 5:30am we got into the car to watch the sunrise in Sossusvlei. It was a a 65k drive to the dunes so it was ...