Wolwedans Dunes Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... day, so no time to use the facilities. We pitched up tents and my group got straight into cooking. There was a floodlit watering hole at this campsite so we wanted to get there as soon as possible. People complained on the non-meat meal we prepared, but that was no surprise. We scoffed tea down, had a shower and then went to see what the watering hole had to offer, which was nothing! Before we got there there was apparently 17 ...
... were relatively quiet, apart from one, which ended up being the best bit of our night game drive. The watering hole was surrounded by over 30 elephants (including babies) and plenty of BLACK rhino!! This was the final of our big 5 to see. The rare black rhino, something I will probably never see again in my lifetime. We sat in silence watching them socialise under the starry sky. The red spotlight had to be kept moving from side to side so ...
The second largest Canyon in the world. We got dropped off at one viewing point and made our way on foot around the canyon to another viewing point.. We all got some amazing photos despite the cloudy and rainy day, as we get closer to South Africa. As we reach the end and the viewing point where our truck awaits, we are greeted with a table of food and champagne from Chris and Errol to toast our last night in Namibia. Photos to ...
... music: Everything except country! Nick names: Dusty bin!! Dreams as a child: No idea - shocking memory! 10 year plan: Travel the world :), have as much fun as possible, spend her time with good people and try to remember to always be true to herself. Reason for coming to Africa: 1st stop on her 4 month trip and always wanted to come & experience it. Favorite ice cream flavor: Chocolate. Maddie (Traveller) Never came across such a mature yet hilarious travel partner. ...
... working day, followed by an evening of homemade pizza and wine.
Unfortunately the happy bubble burst when I received a call from Caz, our vet nurse. One of the dogs I have visited a few times (anyone remember the story of Gaby and myself last year spending the full moon on a farm waiting for a dog to come back so we could take a tongue biopsy instead of drinking a fond farewell in the Big Field?) was very sick. We had done a final treatment for the tongue cancer treatment a ...