Sossus Dune Lodges
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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Travel Blogs from Sesriem
... an enormous orange dune. M was lured by the salt pan where the stark, twisted blackened trees of Dead Vlei were like a macabre sculpture garden. I continued slogging up the pointy apex of the dune, ever upward, wondering why someone who has a fear of heights was determined to keep going. An hour later, the sand sliding below my feet, I made it to the ridge. At this point, I began to think that M might be wondering where I was. I had no ...
... get away with a third one……….
Kevin has very kindly said I can use a pair of his wobbly Specialised tyres that came with his bike and he hasn’t used on the trip as I’ve been struggling with my tyres (40mm Schwalbe Marathon) as my folding 42mm ‘mountain bike’ type Schwalbe tyres appear to have disappeared off the truck…… OK on the 40mm ones until there gets any depth of sand ...
Day 14 - 12 Dec
A lie in this a.m. 09:00 start heading towards Sesriem camp. Saw the odd Bok on the way ( springbok, oryx ) and ostrich. The only things that can live in the arid land.
Before lunch we passed through a mountainous area ( for all you budding geologists, the granite of ...
... African road trip but who is so badass that we love him dearly!:) Thanks to Frank's temperamental disposition, the magnificent highlights of our trip (such as Fish River Canyon and the dunes in Sossesvlei) were accompanied with some unexpected stops, where we came to meet some of the kindest people in this beautiful land. They helped us along our way and made us very lucky, unlucky travellers!:) Throughout the few ...
... special. But of course they didn't get in the play in the sand, we were like big kids! We had lots of fun jumping, sliding, crawling, rolling and running in the sand with our Swiss and Brazilian friends. It was also fun playing with the camera capturing the colours, shapes and big kids of the desert. Next stop was the Sousslvei and Deadvlei pans, an intriguing vista amongst the sand dunes. Throughout history the Tsauchab River has flowed during wet times, but with time has been blocked ...