Solitaire Country Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Non-smoking rooms
- Breakfast Available
- Outdoor pool
- Non-smoking hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Solitaire Country Lodge Namib-Naukluft Park
Travel Blogs from Namib-Naukluft Park
... The dunes are amazing. Doug and I walked to the top of the dune above the deadpan. The choice once at the top is going back the way we came or straight down the side...we chose the expedient way. Quite the experience. At the bottom are the dead trees so often photographed at this location. Stopped at Sessriem Canyon unexpected surprise. A little down time at the ...
... Reef Pub which was nice enough but it was obvious we were there at low season. We enjoyed the fire then back to the house. I believe it was at this time that I realized that our South African bank had a three week delay in posting debits. Just a few days earlier, I saw there was quite a bit in there and at this point Julie let me know we had zero in the account. Bummer. This school is the first place we have worked that did not give ...
... 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 ...
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Clare has been trying her Shona with any dark African she comes into contact with. She actually has discovered that Shona is only one language of many! In fact there are about eight different dialects within the Shona language. Well today her gregarious and outgoing nature got her into some trouble. One of the Zambian tour leaders (Wilson) from the other tour was having a bit of fun and jesting ...