Sun Dunes Villas

Address: 40-215 Harris Lane, Palm Desert, California Desert, California, 92211, United States | Villa
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Travel Blogs from Palm Desert

Day 3 - The Living Desert Zoo/Gardens

A travel blog entry by sandyray on Jan 06, 2015

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Cafey we went to the Living Desert Zoo/Gardens. We were met by our guides in trams to take us on our personal two hour tour of all the exhibits.

After our tour we were able to return to any of the exhibits we’d like to spend more time at. Most of us headed to the camels for our camel ride. The camels name is Eastwood. After the camel ride it was time for lunch ...

If we could talk to the animals...

A travel blog entry by elizabeth1228 on Jan 14, 2014

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... premises, too. As you walk through the gardens and exhibits, you can't help but get a sense of peacefulness - at least I can't. It's quiet, centering, and rejuvenating. I wish we lived here so I could go to The Living Desert whenever I needed to be surrounded by its natural beauty and ...

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A travel blog entry by tony.charity on Nov 04, 2013

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After a long but fantastic journey we hit Los Angeles and the weather kept getting better. I can only describe LA as: Spaghetti junction represented by a few strands of spaghetti and LA represented by a few tins of Spaghetti. We suddenly found that we were alone as motorhomes go and we soon realised why, price of parking and lack of it for RV's, no where to pull in we drove all over ...

Bushman

A travel blog entry by hannabrowne on Nov 01, 2013

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... under ground, tracking animals, and killing techniques. We found, and opened up many spider nest under ground, and caught beetles. We learnt about the deadly plants, snakes, spiders and beetles. We learnt what it is like to be a bushman, and all of the dangers and struggles that they go through. Learning all about how sand dunes are formed and transformed was very interesting. We climbed to the top of a dune to watch ...

Epilogue.....We're all in this together!

A travel blog entry by bdsr2r on Oct 21, 2013

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... is a day of chores for me....stinking laundry in particular! Tomorrow will be the official "day one" in my search to return to my career path. I will take the lessons of the last week with me and hope very much to find a team of people to join who are at least half as committed to their cause as the fine men and women I rode with last week.

Thanks for your many comments of encouragement along the way!

God Bless America! Brian

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