Cresta Marang And Residency
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... drive through the park with everyone dashing from side to side to get a photogra0pgh of something, antelope and zebra seemed to be the most common here, there was big herds of zebra with all sizes from very young to adult stallions vying to be king of the herd, it was the same with the antelope and some great photos were taken by everyone
We bush camped, cooked up our dinner, put up tents and everyone decide as it had been an early start and a long day they would all have ...
Mark, myself and Alex had cleaned up all the lockers, and washed all the mates in them, I don't think anyone noticed though but I thought we had done a great job
Mike spent his time working on the truck, I gave him a hand, but just lifting and carrying, passing tools
I actually had a lay in until 8 am (20 ...
... This is what makes me come alive. People and places. Places are people. So many different people and places to experiences over the next couple of weeks. No worries. Imagine the only few things I can lose is an old T-shirt or underpants perforated by the calendar. Apart from my wife who will be safer once we left Jozi’s and safer the further North we travel, my camera is my greatest valuable to lose.
As the day’s noon heat faded at the ...
... the last 20 years and which is visibly continuing every time we pass through. Our 7 and a half hour trip was very pleasant and stress free and it made a huge difference getting to the outskirts of Francistown before rush hour. It is one of our least favourite cities and I for one am always thankful when we have left it behind us. Had a bit of a walk once getting to Woodlands Stopover and saw ...
... There we met the friendly Brian, the man in charge of the money plus Vint another mechanic. They had a quick look over the engine and then gave us a very reasonable bill for the tow. We then found out that it was a public holiday in Botswana and Miele had come down to Palapye to pick us up. We were impressed and not only that, but there was no holiday surcharge and then Miele lent us another pick up to use in the area. Very kind. It was obvious we were not going ...