A group effort writing todays blog.
No matter how far back you went you still ate dust all day - Jimmy
Today was a bit tame and very hot - Robert
We saw an elephant - Adam
Micha is godly - Charley
I got here first - Matt
I saw my first elephant - Mark
I saw my first snake - Beatrice
I saw a half naked glamour model - Stan
The adventure is the bike of Africa - John G
This is Africa - John & Valerie
Missed the boobies - Bryce
I'm over the hump - enjoying the roads again - Rick
This lodge has excelled anything we have seen so far and I don't want to go to bed - Pete
Achievement - Irene
I was thinking about my wife all day, it is our anniversary -Micha
I saw an elephant inside a red triangle- Darren
The day started heading north up the skeleton coast. The road was salt watered down with diesel and there wasn't too much sea fog so the views were nice. Still quite cool so jacket liners back in. A quick stop to photograph a ship wreck and then a refuel stop at Henties Bay. We then headed inland away from the Atlantic. The roads were quite good although it was getting hot again. Lunch in Uis was a pleasent change as we had missed out the last couple of days. Pete, Mick, Darren and I were very happy to have Irene back riding with us again. Rick and Jim swapped postions with us all day.
A final refuelling stop saw us on the sealed roads for 70 km until the turn off to Vingerklip. A bit of sand was fine and we arrived a bit after 4.00. A quick dip in the pool and a lager and then the climb up to our dinner location. The restaurant is on top of a 30 metre high mesa with awesome views of the the valleys around us. Check out the pics.
After dinner we watched some beasties come into a waterhole to drink while we had a rum with John and Valerie.
400 kms tomorrow with a sealed road option the whole way. Might be taking that I think!
Lots of animals about now.