Windhoek Country Club Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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Today was an absolute superb day, there has been so many good ones recently but the chance to spend all day with Jess, and for most of it just the two of us was amazing. We decided not to do the game drive with the rest of the group but rather spend the day chilling out. After a nice breakfast we headed straight to the water hole where we sat in bloody hot temperatures and saw so many animals, there were elephants, cudo, zebras, gazelles, giraffes and ...
... fruit and salad. It was probably the most tasty steak I have had in decades!
Christina hasn't slept since Friday night so she just crashed when we got back... I'm fading too! We head out into the Namibian outback in the morning! (On the wrong side of the road, eek!)
... Their washed-out colour reminds me of over-exposed photographs.
As our drive to Sossusvlei (UNESCO site) takes us into a playground of beautiful sand dunes, we are increasingly belittled by our natural surroundings. This is part of a 32,000 squared km sand-covered region that contains one of the oldest and driest ecosystems on earth. Some of the reddish-orange sand dunes are up to 325m high. One of these dunes is Dune 45, which is 150m high and a popular climb. We drove ...
... outcrops are weathered granite and popular for rock climbing, with the whole area great for hiking and camping. We did climb up one of the easier boulders, though had trouble with a steep section as were vertically challenged! We were entertained here while sorting our photos by several baby mongoose, one which took a great liking for our computer. They were very tame and cute, but we were relieved not to end ...
... to the rental car company in Windhoek and took a cab over to the train station/bus company office. We had two hours before we boarded our 20-hour bus to Livingstone, Zambia, and we had a lot to do in that time--get our bus tickets, take out Namibian dollars, exchange them for U.S. dollars so that we could pay for our visas to enter Zambia and Zimbabwe, get lunch and snacks for the bus... We were going to be busy, but we assumed we could get everything done at the ...