Klein-Aus Vista: Desert Horse Inn and Eagle's Nest Lodge
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Če hočeva videti puščavske konje, je najbolje, da sva v Gambi, tj njihovem napajališču okrog 10 ure. Že na poti tja zagledava posamezne primerke. V bližini napajališča je urejeno postajališče in zavetje pred močnim soncem. In tukaj je tudi čreda teh čudovitih živali. …
... and metal and that is it. And I tell you what, we were not disappointed! When we drove into Opuwa we saw immediately Himba women and children wandering around, also people from the Bemba tribe who are incredibly colourful in their dress, I'm talking fluro everything, and the teenage girls wear a fluro bra with fluro skirt and lots of colourful plastic jewellery which was very cute, and also people from the cow tribe (cant remember the real name) who wear big colourful and ...
... gatherings of sand through bigger sand hills to massive sand mountains reaching at least 200 m. While driving to Deadvlei / Sossusvlei we were able to enjoy a gorgeous view of gigantic dunes without any previous signs of the typical soft desert sand. We hadn't experienced anything like that before. Another curiosity related to this place is an actual color of the sand. The sand isn't yellow but red which is nicely reflected by the sun shines falling on its surface.
Got up at 5 (late putting the tent down again) to watch the sunrise from Dune 45 - halfway up for those of us who couldn't be bothered to walk uphill through sand! Cocoa pops for breakfast - very exciting, then drove into the desert where we had 2 hours to walk around. Ended up spending a good 10 mins trying ...
... my adventure here in this Namibian Park was more than an amazing one! It was one where Mother Nature had proven to me once more that on this planet Earth, there are so many beautiful and incredible places to discover and explore....and I was fortunate enough to have seen one right here today in this great land of Namibia!