Wolwedans Dunes Lodge
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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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 ...
... musicals. Nick names: Mouse by her entire family and extended family! Dreams as a child: Went through a dinosaur phase and wanted to be a paleontologist...then wanted to be a surgeon! 10 year plan: Travel, travel, travel, finish uni at some point and travel even more! Why did you come to Africa? I've always wanted to come and have always been fascinated in the way that these people live. It's such a beautiful place and the people are incredible!! I have also always had a ...
... before and, apparently, she hadn’t been right since. She hadn’t eaten for a 'few’ days and wouldn’t get up. Could I go collect her and bring her back to CCF for treatment? Well, I wasn’t about to say no but I had to finish my visits in Grootfontein first thing in the morning and then I’d be on my way.
At 7am I headed out to Hans’ town farm to check out his dairy goats. He has some of ours so it was lovely to see them doing their ...
... one syllable are like ga, tang, ah, gaga and other weird sounds. Each word is made up of 4 clicks and there are about 10 clicks per sentence.
The Bushmen are the oldest ethnic group in Namibia and have inhabited Southern Africa for an estimated 20,000 years. Around 30,000 San live in Namibia, but only 2,000 of them still follow a traditional way of life.
Traditionally they would eat 20 kilos of meat each over 36 hours. As food didn't come often, evolutionary adaptation of ...
... leave the region. This is done to prevent diseases like hoof and mouth disease. Once we crossed the Red Line we took a 4x4 only road to a San village. On the drive we saw a man running down the road. He flagged us down and jumped on the back of our truck and said he would be our guide. He had very short hair and was dressed only in a loin cloth. We drove to the 'reception' which was a paper attached to a tree that showed the different tours they can do. We decided to do a 3 hour ...