Safari Court Hotel
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Leaving Perth around midnight after a 3 hour stop over, our next flight was to Johannesburg. The seats were roomy and we actually managed a few hours sleep on this 11 hour trip. On arrival in the heart of South Africa, we wandered the airport for little while until we paid entry to an airport lounge to shower and relax and partake of the various …
Back to Windhoek today and yes, another early start - on the road by 7 am. Uneventful drive on dusty and somewhat rilled back roads. Some interesting landscape and geology as we drove up the Great Escarpment, including what appeared like layers of basalt. We spotted the occasional Oryx along the way and a troop of Baboon at one point.
... on the ridge we turn around, backs to the wind and now risen sun to look down the steep slope of the other side of the dune; the descent route. Nothing but a sheet of sand as smooth as a playground slide. The ridge of the dune, only a sliver of sand and breakable by a footstep seemed illogically scary. We held gloved hands took a step over the edge. Are feet carried on beneath us plunging into the supportive give of the sand and catapulting as running down the dune. Legs and sinking ...
... a rock, explained how they use roots for medicine and their hunting traditions etc. Apparently the government (and "the western world") had taken their animals off them and given them to local farmers and prohibited them from hunting which was the basis for the whole of their culture. Basically it sounded like a one sided sob story that pulled at the heart strings of the group that went which meant they gave them big tips and so the cycle continues. "The west" suppresses their ...
... we left. We loaded up with night-time cold tablets, lozenges, Kleenex and cough medicine and hoped that all would go well. He had little sleep and lots of coughing.
Our first flight took us to Heathrow airport in London and there had we had a 7 hour layover. We then caught a 12 hour flight on South African Airways flight to Johannesburg, South Africa. Now that was more difficult. Once the doors to the plane closed, everyone in the cabin was sprayed through the ...