Kobo Kobo Hills Mountain Camp
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... to proceed further. There is a shuttle (4WD open safari car or tractor) taking tourists from the parking lot to Deadvlei / Sossusvlei for NAD 100 (round trip). It is 5 km and departs quite regularly.
Fortunately the Namibian government must have decided to make a big investment and build an asphalt road throughout the national park. Thanks to this nice surprise we were able to drive at 100 km/h and get to the parking lot before the first shuttle departed in direction ...
... pit and a stone table.
As far as we could tell we were the only people camping out here that night and it was spectacular. The crazy sunset, beautiful night skies and the remoteness of the desert made for real wild west scenery. The only kink in the whole thing was the previously mentioned Uranium mine. While it's not very close, it runs all night and the sound of big machines can carry far across the desert, spoiling ...
... Almost all the hostels cost between $10-14 per night, some including breakfast and transport from the airport/bus station.
It took a little adjustment to get used to the hostel life again after the previous 10 days of travel and having been almost 7 years since I last backpacked through South American and Europe. The biggest was leaving my stuff in a room that didn't have lockers. Another was finding my way around the kitchens and ...
... either way I wasn’t too much worried about it! Why! Because as I told Michel I didn’t have much meat to start with, so I was sure they wouldn’t have chosen me to eat…… whereas his argument was that regardless, I would have been a good bone to chew on!
The ride back to where we’ve parked Mhondoro was quite ...
... It was awesome!
Not a sound could be heard, not even the faintest whistle of the wind. It appeared as if time had stopped. And in a certain way, time did stop! It stopped 900 to 1000 years ago when drought hit the area and sand dunes encroached on the pan, blocking forever the river from coming here!
With time, these acacia trees ...