AndBeyond Sossusvlei Desert Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... with great views, a refreshing pool, a small watering hole in front of the dining patio that draws animals, and a collection of "tents" for rooms. With attached baths, rooftop decks for star-gazing and front decks for animal watching, they are not the tents we typically camp in, to say the least!
The highlight of this part of the trip was our morning in the sand dunes. Up at 0530 and into the truck by dawn, we saw the sun come up ...
... the beach at the end of the trans Am trail and look how well I did with that).
Now we know why every car is a Toyota.
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I wonder if Land Rover are not leaving behind the thing that built their reputation, the new Discovery is north of £60,000 and the Defender is now out of production. I guess they don't care. Why both making a proper tough vehicle capable of withstanding the Namib desert when they can sell a Range Rover for £100,000 where only the near ...
I think last night had to be one of the worst nights sleep in the tent. Gail forced winds created a sand storm inside our tent. This continued until morning, so packing the tents away at 5am all half asleep became an interesting affair. Someone's tent actually blew away! An early morning start was for watching sunrise on top of Dune 45 - a huge sand dune. We arrived at the base along with other overland trucks and ...
... the parking lot and immediately sunk into the sand! I got out to direct and watched Garrett rev the engine and sink about 1 ft deeper into the sand! Luckily we were so close to the gate I was able to easily find a local who knew how to help. He tried to get us out but we all soon found out our assumption that the Fourtuner was 4x4 was quite wrong! They had given us a 2x4! Yikes! Again - very fortuitously we found someone with a tow rope to pull us out. The local guide attempted to ...