Namib Desert Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Depart AKL late after fuel checks to the plane. 5 hour stopover in Perth.
Then 11hours in the narrowest seats we have ever experienced to Johannesburg. Difficult to sleep but survived. Had a medical emergency on board and nearly diverted to Mauritius!
... her energy on catching the cloth. Whilst she was running, Lucky’s curiosity got the better of her and she paid us a visit too. Impressively, Lucky, who had her leg amputated after being caught in a bear trap, was very fast! Shadow lived up to his name and remained hidden so didn’t play. It was very surreal to have the cheetahs only 25 meters from us (with nothing between us apart from rope).
... well as his little friends. It appeared to be a good idea since we had enough time to take plenty of pictures (with/without flags, sitting, standing, lying or jumping). When we got bored we rolled down in order to spend some time in Deadvlei. After having breakfast on one of the completely dead trees we started heading back to the place we got out of the shuttle earlier that morning. The Malaysian guy just reached the Big Daddy's summit :)
We slowly walked through the desert ...
... the farm was raising money for the baby baboon enclosure (the one I dug the waterhole for a few weeks ago), so they sold beverages, including the wine, for $10 Namibian ($1 USD).
I was pleased that the Neuras group stuck together the whole night and enjoyed each other’s company.
Tomorrow I am going into Windhoek to go to the mall, eat at a beer house, and stop at the taxidermy/souvenir shop. Get to sleep in an hour though, so that will be quite nice!
... waiting for the meat to be cooked and served. I literally stopped walking and told Sophia I wouldn't wake towards the heads and meat anymore. I think she was as surprised at my reaction as I was the sight. Finally, I regained sanity and continued to move around the market, avoiding all carcasses. A man with a rifle (I think) stepped out in front of me. Again, this was unexpected, as I just assumed he was a civilian, and I was kind of alarmed, but ...