Wolwedans Dune Camp
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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I decided to do the last 1100km from Gruanu to Hentiesbay in 1 day.... 11 hours later I stopped in Hentiesbay... just before sundown, The trip was uneventful. I came all the way here... not to fish like everybody else do... but to fly. Check out the pictures. ...
... it. The beach we swum at was also home to a shipwreck, sticking out of the sand. The afternoon got, possibly, even better, the Cape-Cross seal colony was far bigger than I imagined. I have become almost (Almost is key) immune to the pungent odour associated to seal colonies. There were heaps of pups in the colony, which was great, as they are cutest, and far more curious and playful. Not to say the adults ...
We had a sleep in this morning as we didn't have to hit the road til 10:30. We're all pretty used to getting up at 6 now so made the most of the wifi before packing our bags. We've a new family member joining us today: Ken from Arkansas. He's in his 60s and gets a leave pass from his wife to go adventuring for 2 weeks every year! We've now got 10 nationalities in our group of 22. We had a short drive today to reach Spitzkoppe, ...
... his identical twin rival with us!).
Video : Bird fighting itself
The C35 gravel road from Khorixas to Henties Bay is a long and lonely 230 km stretch. The town of Uis splits it into two halves. The large reddish Brandberge (Burnt Mountain in Afrikaans) appears for much of the drive, first making its appearance in the distance as we approached from the north and staying with us until we dropped ...
Henties must be a fisherman paradise. Everything is geared towards fishing. Signposts about fishing spots everywhere. The bakkies have fishing rods carriers, It is just "unreal". Initially, we decided to go to Jackalspit as Anita used to go there as a child with Oupa. Well, there is nothing. See the photos of the camp site. (If the wind blows, there is absolutely nothing to hold onto). ...