Solitaire Country Lodge
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... see! A wonderland for photography and Garrett had to drag me away to get back to our ride because I would have stayed there all day looking at everything from different angles and trying to capture the twisted beauty of the barren void.
The next morning was our last in the park and we spent it climbing Dune 45. We heard it might be crowded in the park but we never encountered many people and we had the top of the dune to ourselves. We packed some snack and champagne and had ...
... up leaving parched , solid pans surrounded by towering dunes, some reaching over 1000 feet above the plain. Within the pans are fixed dried acacia and camel thorn trees, many of which died as along as 900 years ago, but still stand eerily string in the desert.
We came back after losing ...
... en plus que j'y pense, je me rends compte que ce mot représente presque à la perfection l'écosystème de ce pays. Le jour il peut faire horriblement chaud tandis que la nuit, on s'enfouit sous les couvertes pour rester au chaud. La faune et la flore tant qu'à elles, sont aussi bien représentées par ce mot: certains coin de pays sont abondant en vie alors que les déserts ne contiennent que des petits grains de roche rouge. Seules quelques petites bestioles osent ...
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 ...