Hotel Pension Uhland
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... long tall horns pointing up like a direct line to the heavens.
We treated ourselves to a scenic drive out of the winding mountainous region of Naukluft, and are now in Windhoek (pron. Vin-dook) where it is summertime in the capital city. Instead of navigating through desert land and gravel roads, we are maneouvering around other cars in the rush-hour traffic. The majestic animals have been replaced by people wearing shorts. Goodbye to the car and hello to an apartment ...
Visas sorted and equipment packed the team arrives at the sports hall at 9:00am to get do the last checks and preparation before our flight 12 hours later, 9:00pm! By the time we got through to duty free at the airport we had had tears, sick, had to turn the bus around to pick up a forgotten bag and penknives confiscated from hand baggage at security. But we were all in good ...
... were quoting us much higher prices (USD 500 and more per person). We considerded even the amount of USD 300 to be ridiculous if you take into account what's included:
- Day 1: Driving from Windhoek to the Namib-Naukluft NP (around 350km), accommodation outside of the national park, dinner.
- Day 2: Sossusvlei, Deadvlei, Dune 45 and Sesriem Canyon (entrance fee to the national pak: NAD 80 per person), full board, accommodation outside of the national ...
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tourists, which always makes for a HARD sell. Also, the converstaion went like this:
"How much" looking at a tablecloth about 2 metres square
"N$1500" about £100
"You must be kidding!"
"How much do you want to pay"
Well, if you start with a stupid price, I'll do the same. "N$150" about £10
"No, how much do you want to pay?"
I hate haggling when they start with stupid figures. Some people may ...
... to watch the sunset. It was beyond stunning, I don't think I could choose the proper words for it. It was just the 14 of us with no one else to be seen for miles ontop of a hill staring at a valley with mountains in the distance with the sun setting behind it. It was unreal. When we got back we had a braii (aka a BBQ) and had delicious food! We then played games around the fire until we were tiered enough to hit the hay. They made a huge fire to last the night to a) keep ...