Casa Blanca Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... dunes, perfectly flat and featureless arid terrain, gravel plains and combinations of all these.
The camping has been very enjoyable with good food produced by the guides and excellent tents. The big red bus is well equipped with everything we need, but it is good to have a real bed for the next 2 nights.
On the second day in Swakopmund we took an optional 'Living Desert' tour with Chris to explore the secrets of the Dunes. It was a revelation, so ...
... over the place. There was so much activity there it was unbelievable. It had got so hot that we then went back to the swimming pool to lounge around, seeing Jess in her swimming costume is enough to make you weep, she has an unbelievable body, she has the most perfect boobs that I've seen and her bum is divine, you literally just want to bite it. We had a good chat by the pool today, she is a bit worried about a procedure she has to have when she gets home, ...
... on the way to Sossusvlei and admired all the little people walking on top of the oversized dune. We would do it too, but first, onto Sossusvlei On the map provided at the park entrance, Sossusvlei is 4km past the end of the tarred road. The tarred road through the park is an easy drive for all cars, but you need a 4x4 for the last 4km to actually get to Sossusvlei.
We happen to have a 4x4, André had previously read the brief "how to 4x4" description in the car manual in case ...
... without lights on, gun shots, etc. and if we hear any of fhose we have a cell phone and instructions on who to call. About ten minutes after we got settled, we heard howling all around us. Of course we didn't even know what to do. Since then, we have determined that these howls are jackals, as they are all around us. We have also heard the leopards (we are right by the leopard enclosure) and I have managed to catch sight of a shooting star.
To say that I am ...
... to bed. Breakfast starts at 7:00, Sophia is picking me up around 10:00 to get a cell phone, etc., lunch is at 1:00, orientation from 2:00-4:00, and then supper and who knows what else. Hoping we drive around and explore a bit more, but since it is winter here it gets dark (and cold!) by 6:00, so that makes things a bit difficult. Maybe I can convince her to take me elephant searching ;-)