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... next three days. The Danes enjoy a drink, so they rushed to the liquor store. We now have a 223km trip to Kgalagadi Transfrontier park. Everyone is very excited as we have the chance to see lions, cheetah, leopard, giraffe, springbok, baboons and more. As we drove out towards the National park, Clare felt quite emotional. The experiences of the last few days are accumulating. The vast sky, colours and sounds all resonate and feel so familiar. We can't believe ...
... the nearby Giant's Playground. Here we saw a massive collection of giant Dolerite rocks balancing on other rocks. They are all piled up on top of each other like building blocks. Millions of years of wind erosion caused the rocks to end up looking like a giant's toy playground, hence the name.
We stayed there for 1/2 hour before continuing south on what we thought was going to be a 6 1/2 hour drive to Fish River Canyon.
... Jess has a mad coughing fit in the night, nurse Stuart to the rescue although it took ages to find the medicine!! I kept her alive, just!. The nights are running out with Jess, being with her in bed, touching her, doing 'stuff' with her is just so good, I really hope she feels the same, I don't want anybody else and nobody would match up, I really am falling for her and know I need to say something but how the hell do I say it!! Any advice ...
... and surround atmospheric white mud lakes called Vlei’s that are dried solid because of the absence of rain. The main one is Deadvlei, a photographic paradise where dead trees are still standing in the white mud lake creating extraordinary scenes especially early in the morning.
Unfortunately this is where the problem lies. If you are interested in getting there early for the sunrise, it is virtually impossible if you cannot stay at ...
... having often holidayed together this was their very first camping trip and it was a learning curve for everyone. Packing and unpacking the trailer and cars with all the "essential" equipment took some time with setting up tents and sorting food feeling a bit like organised chaos at times but everybody pitched in and we always got it done. Fortunately for me my Toyota is a good set up and there were frequent requests for "stuff" like a tin opener that worked, or a better hammer ...
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