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... views were fantastic! Part way through the walk there were a series of long chain ladders that you had to climb to get up the rock. The Tugela Falls (second highest waterfall in Africa) which you can usually see from here was dried up but you could still see the long plummet down where it would fall. We walked further up to get to a good vantage point of all the surrounding mountains.
... when I turned a corner and found myself on a rock overlooking an abyss; this was a side-path to a viewpoint, I had left the main path. It gave me a frisson. In good conscience I think some signage would be appropriate here. The park people will tell you the way is well marked, but it isn't really -- the marks are too few, and fading. They don't provide a map.
Back at the chain ladders, a minor difference of opinion: Frances felt that the ...
... like some of my photos.) She also would not have liked some of the ladders we had to use to get down. Again, see pics.
Interestingly, to me at least, when we crossed to the back side of the ridge where the falls started, we crossed the border into Lesotho, giving me a bonus 71st country. But I had decided to go there anywhere on the second day trip out of Amphitheatre Lodge, and want a separate map entry, so onward to
... johnnie from upstairs, and four girls from various flats. We had two mid/full size sedans that were well equipped for the long haul. To our delight one of the cars we rented, was not back yet, so we were treated to an upgrade; Nick was apparently now renting a Mercedes Benz. During our drive to the Drakensburg, dubbed, "the burg", we drove through tons of winding roads that snaked up and down the small mountains Souht Africa has. The hours ...
... herself again, the meal was very nice. Again we talked late, and about many things: world events and prophetic fulfillment, the challenges of being a Christian in the modern world, the upcoming Feast of Tabernacles, Church activities in Johannesburg and Durban and many other things. They would like to have had a Bible Study, but we hadn't planned for one and it was too late to reasonably do so anyway; we were all quite tired. The spirit was willing but…. ...