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... new 4x4 mutilated by a pair of Toyota bush mechanics. Apologies Mac.
Our decision to make this trip with a custom fitted vehicle without a trailer is the subject of continued debate. The Emmanuel's luxury Conquerer trailer was the source of our envy and let it be known that this was where we were headed until strong advice to the contrary from Brian Flanagan and Mert Black. Mert writes a hell of a good story and ...
... jokes I make. It would also be nice for someone to know that when I'm quiet it's for this reason or when I'm sad it's because of this reason. It was a low point I was expecting and it'll soon pass as I'm having such a good time so often it's just for now that's how I feel. Although as of right now, this very minute I just feel hot. It's a beautiful day by the beach and we bought beer and food and I'm busy topping up my sunburn. Later ...
... and the other side was very barren and rough country. It was a very narrow, steep, switchback road, and you just prayed you didn't have another car coming your way. We did a couple of times (only 2-3 that the other car was not already pulled over at a view point), but were able to find a good spot to pull over. We were very fortunate not to have any traffic.
We stopped in the lovely little town of ...
... I became friends on Degania Alef, a
kibbutz in the Jordan Valley of Israel 35 years ago. Ria returned to work a
1,000 Hectare sheep farm to be with Freddie Smuts, relative to the famous
general Jannie Smuts. Ria is still larger than life in every
way, she could talk without stopping for days on end, ‘And you remember Bruce!’
and I shake my head, but his face comes back to me as I hear her stories
of work on the bananas ...
... with Amarula layered on top. Tastes like a peppermint patty. I chatted most of the evening with Tom from Oregon. It was nice to meet an American who likes to travel. You guys seriously need to wake up to the rest of the world. America is a great place but the rest of the world is really interesting. It was also nice to change some perceptions of Israel (yes when I speak to other people about Israel it’s usually in a positive ...
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