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... our apartment to shower, we were soon ready for our desert adventure. Our party consisted of another group of four, a lovely Indonesian family joined us in the four wheel drive.
First stop the Dune Buggies where the two boys enjoyed racing around the desert while Alf & I cooled down with cold drinks & watched them.
Next we headed out in the desert with about another 20 SUV's, while our drivers tried their hardest to thrill us ...
Back we went to the shop with the world’s largest ring and waited until all our group arrived.
We were then led back to the bus which took 5-10 mins to reach but not before Doug got talking to a woman, lost concentration then fell nearly smashing his camera in the process. Instead he broke the thread which held the lens cap onto the camera … silly bugger.
Back to port
... done this before - "Don't worry, this isn't my first day - it's my second!" But Emma had warned me in advance he would say this, and as it turns out, he had been taking these tours for twenty years and it showed. There was no time I felt unsafe, and some of the driving was truly crazy. The car was at time tilting on at least 45degree angles or going down near vertical slopes. Bailey was taking photos on my iPhone so hopefully there are some ...
... pricing isn't horrible. The main highway through the city runs from one end to the other, and the speed limit is 120. The taxis all start beeping as soon as they go over 120 so if there's no traffic the ride is filled with beeping. Lol In the morning I'm completely exhausted but at night I'm wide awake and ready to go. We're only 2 hours difference from Cape Town so it seems silly that I'm so jet lagged over 2 hours difference.., hopefully it sorts out when we are in ...
... cobblestone streets and windows full of fashionistas dreams. A charming Madam greets us at the hotel and shows us to our shoeboxes, oops I meant rooms. We all laughed like mad at just how petite they were, tiny spaces, tiny bathroom and a TV smaller than my IPad, but a great narrow stone staircase to lug your luggage up to the second floor.
Getting out the warm clothes we set out to explore the town and though most shops were closed there ...