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... br> We sit on the edge of Fish River Canyon and gaze at Mother Nature's amazing handy work in crafting such a unique and beautiful Canyon. Sitting at the top of the Canyon feels like you are sitting on the edge of the earth.
... a town called Keetmanshoop. We stopped at a rather nice shopping centre. It was modern, clean and all the signs were in English. As we walked around the supermarket we suddenly realised the extent of globalisation. There were all the same products we have on our shelves. We could easily have been in any supermarket in Australia. There are slight differences to the packaging but in general pretty much everything is familiar It is amazing to think this town has sprung up ...
... a view of high rocky hills. We were in the closest campsite to the pool and a sun/shade deck with loungers. Yeah! What we really liked was that we felt like we were the only campers in the area. It was so private, surrounded by lots of plants, birds, white butterflies and, at night, thousands of stars. No lights or pollution to block out that sky! We had our own ablution block (washroom), electricity and water faucet. A really nice place to ...
... not nearly as deep as the Grand Canyon, we hiked along about 2km before settling in to wait for the sunset. A few shots of the sunset, but it was very clear which made taking photos a little more challenging, not to mention that I accidentally left my camera/phone in my room, so I ended up using my iPad for photos. Stayed at a neat place called the Canyon Roadhouse, it was ...
... bureaucrats, they waved us on mumbling something about Canadian hillbillies.
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