Hoodia Desert Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Sesriem
... of the country especially as the landscapes it has to offer and I am very happy to be part of this journey.
Hot day ... yes it starts to warm up ... our room is in an farm and animals lurk around us, very friendly, they have some between shepherd dogs to control the flock, among other things in very old funny dog ...
After a 1:30 drive our efforts were rewarded by a desert, like in the movies ... Lawrence of Arabie ...
4th May What a cracker of a day!!! We woke at 4am to drive to the Dune 45, the most infamous sand dune in the Sousslvei area. Standing 150m high it was quite fun climbing through the sand to watch the sunrise from the top. A plethora of tourists do this each morning and we were soon to find out why, both the dunes and the sunrise are spectacular and one couldn't help but feel you were on top of the world. A number of hot air balloons we were also up and I imagine their vista would of ...
... Had a few stops to stretch the legs including a walk over the Fish River at the mouth of the canyon and the best apple pie in Namibia at the equivalent of an Aussie Outback roadside cafe. They had the usual paraphernalia at the front gate that you might see at an Aussie roadside cafe, trying to drag the customers in, along with a green oasis of lawn and plants, heaven after so much rock! After our long day of sitting we make it to the Sesriem campsite ...
... They had an interesting display of old rusted cars even a T model Ford and a surprisingly nice bakery. We had lunch here and crossed paths with 2 young Israeli girls who we had met yesterday sandboarding who were hitchhiking around Namibia. We arrived mid afternoon at our overnight stop at the camping ground at Sesriem which is a very bleak spot. The highlight is the Sesriem canyon so we set out on the 4km walk which was ...
... of the climb up the ridge of the dune, the payoff views at the top made the effort entirely worth it. We rested up there for a while with four other intrepid climbers, taking in the vistas, guzzling water and snapping photo after photo. As the sun got more intense (at only 10 a.m., it was already well over 90 degrees Fahrenheit), we all agreed it was time to head back down--straight down. The best reward for the slog up to the top was the opportunity to ...