Solitaire Country Lodge
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... breakfast at the top watch the late morning sun glaze over the dunes around us. The climb wasn't terrible but its very slow going walking let alone climbing in soft deep sand. The best part of the climb was the way down when you can just let go and dig your feet in to feel like you are floating down the slide of the dune - it feels a lot like sliding in snow but even more fun :)
We left feeling amazingly impressed by the beauty and vastness of the Namib-Nakaluft Park Dunes!
Après une route 1h30 nos efforts ont été récompensés par un désert, comme dans les films… Laurence d'Arabie, genre, les dunes sont immense et sans fin… Le parc renferme aussi des autruches, des oryx et des springboks et des chacals… et une quantité phénoménale d'insectes dont je ne connais pas le nom mais qui vivent dans le désert de la Namibie. Nous sommes allez jusqu'au bout du parc où la route termine, le désert est ...
Started our morning with a light breakfast and headed for the Sesriem and Sossusvlei park entrance. It opened at 6:45 AM, we entered and headed towards dune 45 for sunrise. It is the best time to photograph the fine, red coloured sand dunes. Many tourists climb the ridge to have a birds eye view of the surrounding area. This is what we did and of course took a few summit pictures. Wow, ...
... better but I could see that he had to focus quite a lot.
After our departure we took the road B1 and headed to Rehoboth which is a town located approx. 100 km to the south from Windhoek. Once we passed through Rehoboth we had to turn to the right and take the unpaved road going in direction to Solitaire / Sesriem. The road was quite bumpy so Gonzalo had to drive very carefully in order not to damage the car which was too low for such a kind of roads. We felt even worse ...
... which I spent waiting to see a doctor (don't worry all is well and my finger is not infected) and walking around downtown Cape Town. I was then so exhausted I went for a nap at 330 and slept right through dinner. The next day we headed out of Cape Town to a vineyard where we had a neat experience of wine tasting overlooking the vineyards. Then the next day we crossed the border and headed off to Orange River (the longest river in Southern Africa) and stayed in a beautiful campsite where ...