Solitaire Country Lodge
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- Swimming pool
- Outdoor pool
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking hotel
- Non-smoking rooms
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... a large old acacia tree. The tree is full of a mistletoe parasitic plant which flowers with beautiful red blossom. The tree and surrounding bushes were filled with strange looking grasshoppers, a huge locust and massive ants. Clare discovered these bugs while having a pee behind the bush. Luckily Craig was there to stave off any ferocious grasshoppers. One of the Danish ladies was most uncomfortable with these nasty little bugs hanging around.
Lunch was ...
... back to our camp and a welcome swim in the pool.
The next morning, after packing up again, we drove to the canyon for a short walk. It is so strange. We parked the truck, without seeing a canyon, walked a short distance and there was a giant deep crack in the ground. Finding a way down was a bit of a challenge but once we were at the bottom, it was great. It reminded us a bit of the Antelope slot Canyon in Arizona without ...
... small rocky mountains surrounding us, with small thermal hot pools dotted about. We swum in the indoor one. This was the lodges pool because the campsites one was being repaired. Weren't we lucky, the pool was lovely. That was basically our day. We drove for the morning, walked the canyon then relaxed in the thermal spa for the afternoon. Only 5 more days to go on Wiley. Accommodation: Ai-Ais Thermal ...
... hadn't left SA! The drive actually went really quick due to the ever changing scenery. We saw lots of vineyards and noticed a massive rise in temperature on the way. We arrived at our campsite just as the sun was setting, just enough time to eat and set up our new accommodation, tents on the roof before we entered the land of nod.
Up bright and early the following morning we were on the road again, this time to Namibia. The border crossing was very ...
... were as in awe as we were. The scenery was spectacular as we flew from the enormous red sand dunes, over the lesser white beach sand dunes and finally to the coast where the desert met the ocean. The pilot took an alternative route to avoid the coastal fog and to give us a glimpse of the ocean before heading east again, past White Mountain, then dipping so low over the dunes we felt like we could touch them. Our ...