Kulala Wilderness Camp
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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Travel Blogs from Sossusvlei
... boutique lodge, a rather swish place in the middle of nowhere. Formally a livestock ranch but now many farmers are diversifying and making more money from tourism. So we had a spot of lunch and pressed on. Zebra River lodge is also miles from anywhere but the mountain scenery is stunning and the lodge sits very well in its surroundings. On arrival ...
We rolled into our dessert camp late afternoon on Sunday. Just enough time to pitch our tents and set up camp before the sun went down. The weather is crazy in the desert, night saw as low as 4 degrees and the middle of the day hit 34 degrees. We had two very cold sleeps. Bright and early (well just early), we rolled out of camp to try and be the first ones at the gates ...
... the beach to Swakopmund which would be a nice respite of packing each day as we were staying for 3 days at the Alta Brucke. The drive was 5 hours but it felt like twice that. We were tired and the roads were not so good. Julie drove as usual, I listened to a book, the third in Follett's trilogy, and the boys slept, read, listened to music and got along pretty well as usual. They tend to have one time of annoyance with each trip, ...
... with him there…..
Another km down the track took the plunge though. As I’ve said, I’m now at peace with myself and content that what-ever TDA throws at us I’m able to cope with (famous last words looking at the 2 week of cycling left to go - will give it my very best shot though) - so needed to go with the flow, throw out my inhibitions and get my clothes off. If you’ve good figure it’s easy to shed ...
... a film. After walking along and soaking it all in with cries of I'm a donkey on the edge making us giggly we got back to the truck and found the crew had bought us boxes of wine and snacks (Simba crisps, yum) to watch the sunset while the whipped up some spag bol. In spite of the occasional drizzle it was a wonderful evening, and the clouds meant the sunset reflected across the sea and over the canyon - stunning. Tuesday we travelled over our final African border into South Africa. GB ...