Namib Desert Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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On the road early destined for Zebra River Lodge,another location within the Namib desert. We drove miles with only intermittent pockets of human life, most often isolated farm houses literally in what seems to be the middle of nowhere surrounded by acres of scrub land which would seem incapable of supporting any life, but we do see small herds of goat and sheep, and as we drive further ...
... 5 5 am start for ...
... baboons, meerkats, mongoose, horses and turkeys. Running around loose were geese, ostriches, a hartebeest, a duiker and a pygmy goat. Typically, within an hour of arriving, Tom had been bitten by a goose and cut himself on a the black thorn bush… it was going to be a long trip!
Breakfast is at 7am with activities starting at 8am working through until around 5-5:30pm. During the induction not only did we learn about the goal ...
... of the rainy season so there were still no signs of any water flows. During the rainy season the same road is generally flooded which is a very unique phenomenon considering the location of the road. It goes through the desert!
It took us more than 6 hours to get from Windhoek to Sesriem. While approaching the town of Sesriem (a few buildings in the middle of nowhere) we were getting a little bit nervous about a place to sleep. Gonzalo went to check one of the lodges. ...
... a few walks today around Central Windhoek. One thing I didn't expect to see was the huge ball hockey/roller hockey rink. It had real hockey nets!!! I ended up at a KFC for dinner. I spent the better part of the evening with Alex and Nathan as they were keeping up with their blogs as well. It's 9:04 now, and I have to be up early tomorrow for a trip to Sossuvlei. I will be camping there in a tent for two days. Sossuvlei are the worlds oldest, and largest sand ...