Kulala Wilderness Camp
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- Swimming pool
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Another 5am wake-up call this morning, and this time it is to get to the dunes to catch the rising sun. An African sunrise is as spectacular as the sunsets, but the way the morning shadows play amongst the dunes will almost bring a tear to your eye!
Stunning colour, shadows and mysterious mountain backdrops make you quickly forget that this …
... only tire left that would fit my car. I paid the $300 and he fixed me up and lowered the air pressure on the tires I had on the car to deal with the sand and dirt roads. Home, Julie had dinner going and Seth had a nice fire built ready for the meats. Dinner was great. After dinner we were visited by a band of bat-eared fox. The sleep was a little rough as a huge wind came up and belted the tent walls all night ...
... out on the saddle with the padded bit to protect my still very tender and sore rear end - very liberating, should do this more often to aerate our bits!!! Was about 5km into my naked ride when Caroline caught me up - and she was so inspired by me getting led that she joined me for 5km or so without her clothes on.
I have to admit that when people drove past I couldn’t bring myself to look them in the eye…..
A long drive on dirt - dusty and hot across the high plains - where you can see the approaching changes in landscape sometimes an hour before you get there. A fairly desolate area - and all the more so as we descended towards the coast where grit rock changed to grit an then sand again
Campsite was good - trip to the Dunes a but Ho Hum - Dune 45 reputed to be the largest (or one of) worth a picture - not worth a climb - and a bit of low range driving across ...
... camp. It was fun trying to put tents up in strong winds (warm desert winds - so it wasn’t too bad)! We then had time to enjoy dinner over a wonderful sunset….it was going to be a great few days!
The next day was an early rise to beat the heat and other tourists to climb up a 170m high sand dune, Dune 45 (named because its 45miles from the main gate). We were told to walk up in socks, shoes is too difficult and barefoot ...