Sossus Dune Lodges
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We headed south on the main highway before heading westward on a more scenic route.
This Namibian Outback is spectacular ! It was a beautiful drive through this arid, strikingly beautiful country. We arrived in Sesreim & secured a camp inside the National Park Gate & headed out to explore the Namibian, Sea of Sand at sunset.
A ribbon of tar winds 65kms through to Soussevlai Pan, with "dune viewing" spots along the way.
The setting sun ...
... but his grandfather quickly grabbed hold of him and made him stand still and stand up to the lion. With knees quivering they stood there for 30 mins until the lioness moved back behind the bushes. After this again Frans wanted to run to safety but his grandfather grabbed hold of him and said its a trap, she will be back. Sure enough it was and she did come back. After another 30 mins of standing still finally she moved on and lost interest. A petrifying experience and a lesson for a ...
... insect - they look like a cross between a giant beetle and spider! However, the gentle Kerwin showed no fear and with one swift stamp, he squashed the unsuspecting bug. Xta’s response was “In Africa, you eat what you kill”. As we had just had lunch, Kerwin was full.
We camped at Sesriem for 2 nights where we had the opportunity to take more scenic photos and watch the sun go down. The ...
... broken down so there was no water. We had a meeting to decide whether to drive another 150kms or to stay. As we had already put up the tents and had enough water for cooking and washing up we voted to stay even though it meant having to carry a bucket of water to the toilet after use. We again sat under the stars after dinner and watched another episode of 'Africa' showing the cape area we are heading ...
... of Germans, most of them was in the senior age, which encouraged me to reach the summit despite unfavorable weather conditions. The view was rewarding and I stayed up there for a while observing the landscape that was surrounding me. I can't explain why but I somehow like the desert. On one hand its unfriendly climate makes me have a lot of respect, on the other hand it's such an unusual place to be. Further any photos you take in the middle of the desert look always good, no matter ...