The road of Death Valley.
I'm not boasting, but I have been so many places around the country already and Death Valley is one of the places I love. My first impression of Death Valley was a barren land with nothing to see. But when you get out and venture into the desert you realized it is a completely different world into itself. In my whole life I've never experienced a desert environment and I've never really thought that I would appreciate a land that I thought was lifeless and actually it is full of life.
We left Las Vegas early in the morning and spent four hours on the road to get to Death Valley. The price of gas there is pretty high, a whopping $5 per gallon, so, guys, if you are going there make sure to fill up your tank wherever you are coming from. This can save you a dollar each per gallon. To get to know and explore more of the beauty of this amazing desert, you really need to stay longer than a day, there are very few hotels in the desert. It is expensive though.
We arrived in Death Valley before sunset and made a pit stop at DV Visitor's Center to grab a map and asked some questions to the ranger. While walking on the blinding white salt flats, unexpectedly, Mr.Freddy said, ''This is just like walking on the moon''. Certainly is. Though I haven't yet been to the moon, but it feels like we are walking on the moon.
Sunrise at Death Valley.
Dunes at Death Valley.
Death Valley sand dunes.
Thank you for reading! Have a good weekend everyone!