Okeip Country Hotel
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- Outdoor pool
- Swimming pool
- Breakfast Available
- Free parking
- Family rooms
- Conference facilities
- Room service
- Free airport shuttle
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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LC is the most important material piece of this trip and she is her own person in our mind. Once you are on the road and know the distance you have to travel between even a fuel station or another living being.....you come to LOVE your vehicle that can consistently get you through to your next destination when all you can see out the windows is rocky landscape that reminds you of photographs of Mars.
She has also taught us about how ...
... Not so many flowers. We had got so cold the previous night (ice on the tent and vehicle) so we decided to go to the Motel for supper. It was a buffet, but not the best, but OK. We would have been better off starting the fire very early and getting in to bed early. However we have learnt our lesson - our meals are the best! Last night wasn't as cold as the previous night thank heavens. The clouds were already coming up from ...
500 land km 05:15 wake up call, packed and tents down for 06:00 break fast, leave at 07:00: We were all ready with 2 mins spare. I'm not sure this will last. Up early for long drive to Namibia boarder and crossing. We passed from Citrusdal though to Clanwilliam the main growing region of Rooibos tea exported around the world. Past copper mines with their supporting towns. We stop for a salad lunch but the road side that is prepared ...
... br> Later, we also drove west of the highway to Nababeep and east to Concordia. The first was the more interesting town, while the second detour had one dramatic field of flowers still in bloom. But Skilpad was the place to be.
The town of Springbok has been described as a dump, but we thought it was okay, which may say something about our standards. Not a destination, more of a regional administrative centre, like ...
Well, here we are in Suth Arica - and I am pleased to say it has turned out nice again. After five weeks of battling through the sand and dunes of Botswana, it was such a relief to get back to the wide open spaces of Namibia. The excitement and tension of travelling alone through the wilderness and lonlieness of Botswana was marvellous and the enjoyment can't be overstated but animals aren't all that Africa has to offer. The pans of ...