Sesriem Rest Camp
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11 days. 11 words per day:
Day 1. Windhoek. Jobs day. Got Zambia visa, arranged campsites for Baxbys safari.
Day 2. Made travel scrabble. Food shopped, internet, packed for tour, chilli tonight.
Day 3. Hire car. Long drive, gravel roads, DUSTY. Beautiful sunset camp. Chilli.
Day 4. Sunrise over dunes. Desert walk …
Namibia is a bit like Australia - everywhere is a long way, away and there is not too much to see on the journey!
After a few more dramas and delays, we finally set off for Sesriem (the gateway to the biggest sand dunes in the world) about midday, in our little Avis hire car, with hired sleeping bags and pillows. On the way we stopped at a …
It's the first night we spent in a backpackers hostel and you could feel it... a lot of people shouting at night, talking next to your tent till early morning having no respect for their fellow travelers... anyhow, it was bright and shiny so we decided to get our asses up and slowly prepare for another day of travel. We took a shower (one of the …
Ok....we are woken by....the car alarm at 23:30...what the hell!!!!!! Something must be wrong with that alarm!!! We will have to have it checked in the next town...Back to sleep and woken again this time by the alarm clock...we get dressed quickly in the roof tents (very practical) and fold the tents as fast as possible (a professional folder will …
How has this campground rated in the past?
A must if you want to go and see the sunrise on the red dunes. A nice camp with good facilities. Book in advance at the NWR in Windhoek or Swakopmund.
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