Ramada Palm Springs
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... Overhead were palo verde trees keeping us cool.
We were 8 people.
After walking the labyrinth we went into the visitor center, and had coffee and visited together out on the patio, it was lovely. We all had French press coffee, complete with our own timers to tell us when to push the plunger and drink the fresh brew. There is a small gift shop in the visitor center. You can book visits to visit their home, but it is a bit pricey, ...
... And also there are apparently more than 100 golf courses here.
The next day after our arrival we got up early and drove to Joshua Tree National Park. I thought our views on the drive to Palm Springs were impressive but Joshua Tree NP was simply spectacular. I'll let you look at the photos and videos as me trying to describe it just doesn't give it justice. We drove around the national park ...
Nambia was never a country I imagined going to, I did not know much about it to be honest. Now it would never be a country I would miss out. We started off with sleeping next to the biggest meteorite in the world, pretty impressive, but literally the only thing in the entire area aside desert and farms! We spent the next two nights in Etosha park, where I saw a dazzle of zebras, a tower of giraffes, pods of hippos, troops of baboons... And thousands of km of salt flats! ...
... a ********, could only open one also, what people must have though. I was in my on mind man... ha. Had a beet with them, was nice as the sun had gone behind the mountain and it cooler. They went to get ready and I stayed poolside with my tunes, perfect. As I'm writing this it's 8:30pm, I've showered, just waiting for them to say they're ready, taking ages but I don't mind at all as catching up on this and loving having my own room and space for a while. ...
... great coordinators. The entire wedding process was directed professionally!
That evening we had a barbecue at the haciendas where the families and friends could mingle and get to know each other. Rich & Jenny are blessed with a wonderful group of friends...it's more their CA family than friends!
Next.....the WEDDING DAY!
Love to all,