After a later start, we spent the whole day touring around the nearby mountains. We had a scary climb up an unbelievably steep and rough road to 1500m where we had morning tea and enjoyed spectacular, panoramic views. We then bounced our way into the next valley where we saw herds of antelope and a couple of crazy wildebeests chasing their own tails and performing a kind of territorial dance.
We thought we were in the most remote place on earth but got a surprise to pull in for lunch where staff had organised tables with white linen table cloths and a magnificent spread of food, wine, beer and spirits for our enjoyment. It must have taken them around 2 hours of serious 4 wheel driving to set this up … that is what I call service.