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- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Multilingual staff
- High-speed internet in room
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Ngepi Kamp – Wes Caprivi strook
Dit was al ná 16h00 toe ons flou gery daar aankom.
Om in die nag te ry is geen opsie hier in Afrika nie.
Met soveel beeste, baster brakke en plaaslike inwoners wat al langs die pad op en af paradeer, is die gevaar net te groot. Dit is ook duidelik dat die bakkies almal hier in …
... 7 week jol makes for a very pleasurable bush experience and one then appreciates the little luxuries when they come along. One thing is for sure, when Terry gets behind the wheel of the car and has the GPS settings plotted, there is no stopping him on his quest to arrive at the destination . Mum you will understand this! Forget the quaint village photographic opportunities, or the chance to drive through a game reserve en route or a look in at a craft shop or ...
... a baobab before packing up and heading back to Opuwa.
We were now heading south, slowly towards the dunes in Sossusvlei. From Opuwa we had a day of driving through incredible rocky barren landscape, and we eventually stopped to camp next to a big river, with a giant granitic peak providing the backdrop to one of our more beautiful campsites. In fact the showers here were the best, outdoor and with low enough walls that your head is sticking out and you are surrounded ...
Interesting night's sleep - we didn't peg our outer layer on properly and it was a really windy night so it blew off, leaving us with a cool breeze and a nice view of the stars. Spent a lot of the night worrying that someone was going to break into our tent so didn't get much sleep, but in the morning some of the others got up to see the sunrise and Kash put our outer layer back on so I got some more sleep. Scrambled eggs for breakfast, Ruth and I cleaned our teeth on ...
... down and I would have ended up rolling the rest of the way. So instead I ran at a long diagonal, running along the side of the dune at an angle that would eventually get me to the bottom. I wasn’t in a hurry to leave this tranquility.
Running quickly turned to puffing and almost trudging as it’s actually hard work running on the side of a sand dune. At the base, looking back up, the enormity of it all struck again. The ...