Toko Lodge & Safaris
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- Swimming pool
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... is hardly any traffic on the roads, the road signs keep us amused, warthog, elephant and game animal crossing! We stopped at several checkpoints where the vehicle was sprayed with chemicals to stop the spread of foot and mouth disease. One of them also checked to see if we had any meat in Droom Vanger, it's prohibited to move meat between areas without a vetinary certificate. At one of the check points there was a long queue. The pickup in front of us had a Hereo ...
Got up late 7, that is late for these days and had a leisurely breakfast and left Erongo at 9 and headed for Mowani and another night in Hotel Hilux. It was another long Namiban drive- long good roads, but with little or no traffic. We passed where we were meant to stay so we could see the Damaraland scenery, which once again ...
... the Hilux will need a new clutch!
It is well worth it when you get to the top of the escarpment, what truly amazing views and how privileged to stop at such a place. The lodge is in the middle of nowhere, but everything is perfect. The pool has one of the top 10 pool views in the world and the rooms are balancing on the edge of the escarpment.
... 8217;s hair is coated with mud and a butter mixture and formed into dreads. At the base of each dread is a tassel.
Women’s skin is coated with an aromatic red clay and grease mixture which protects their skin from the sun and removes hairs.
Once women are married they never have a water based bath or shower. Every day, they use smoke from a stick like a piece of incense to smoke themselves clean of lice, bugs, dirt, ...
... bike shop was set up in the neighbouring camp. We didn't get a chance to see the shop.
By the way, maybe I should include a little explanation of why we are interested in the B4N project. Last summer we met Bonnie and Keith, who live near our cottage, who have been working hard with their Elora church members to collect bicycles to send to Africa. We donated a bicycle for this good cause and learned that it may go to Namibia.