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... malaria muti, and other essentials. We have all received our Carnet's for the vehicles. We are all making a few precooked meals to take with us, for those days that we arrive at our destinations late in the afternoon.
We have booked our first two nights accommodation - the first night we are going to stay at the Loskop Dam Forever Resort in a 6 bedded cottage as it was virtually the same price as camping, and the second night we ...
... s agenda. He said that more than 80% of the profitable farm land is owned by whites in the country, contributing to South Africa's not so nice reputation as having one of the highest levels of inequality in the world. Nevertheless, apart from providing incredibly wicked sandboarding lessons, Leon in a very matter of fact kind of fashion had some very progressive political stances that were quite informative.
I headed off to Wilderness as my ...
after our meeting concluded and it seemed like a lot of fun!
A second difference between this meeting and the one we had come
from was that we were the sole focus. The Conservancy had contacted
us, telling us that they had a “large population” of hornbills
and they were very eager to do everything in their power to protect
them. They wanted us to be there and they were keenly interested ...
After a wonderful weekend at Sungulwane with our 'Bridge Buddies', we picked up our newest Land Cruiser which passed the roadworthy on Friday. It now makes you feel as though you are seeing double - two land cruisers, same colour, etc in the back garden. However the decision has been made - we are going in the 'old' one and not the 'new' one. The new one has not yet been registered in our name, and ...
We woke up around 4am and packed the car with help from Gail and Andrew. Gail also sent us along with some nice "padkos" (Africaans for road food) consisting of homemade muffins, coffee, nuts, boerewors (Africaans for dried sausage- pronounced Bore a Vors), biltong (Africaans for dried meat) and tons of chocolate. I had the luxury of sleeping the whole way while my dear husband drove us to The Crags, which is ...