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Keimoes is a town in the Northern Cape province of South Africa. It lies on the Orange River and is about halfway between Upington and Kakamas. Situated in what is known as the Green Kalahari. Keimoes has developed a formidable and broad agricultural base which includes the cultivation of a large variety of grapes, lucerne, wheat, peaches, pecan nuts and watermelons all under ...
... police check first. I handed her the four passports and waited for clearance. She asked if the kids were twins and I said no. She was surprised and showed me the two kid's passports asking me why they looked so similar. Uh-oh. They were similar because they were both Coen’s passport, one was his old expired passport. My heart sunk guessing that when I went out to the car we would not find Seth’s. I was right. Julie ...
I decided to spend the weekend in Upington. This is a town of extremes... I went to the airport Saturday and the temperature was 31 deg C and the humidity was 12%, which is really low.
It has the longest runway in Africa at 4.9km. OR Tambo Intl airport's longest runway is around 4.3km. The space shuttle can land here.
Upington boasts the longest date palm tree lane in SA at 1041 meters ...
I went into the only pub in town at 4pm to find out if they served dinner, because the hotel said they don't serve dinner.... weird!
I did this before the Spar closed as I was not interested in going to bed hungry. Burgers was the only item on the pub menu and it was not bad at all.
Halfway through dinner a farmer in his mid 30's walked in... complete with SA ...
Day 2 Sunday 27-04-2014 Loxton to Upington 508km Loxton - we left early with the temperature at 9 degrees - heading towards Carnavon on tar - on the way we saw the biggest "tolbos" lying in the road but before we could photograph it the wind took it on its rolling way - the next incident was a fox running next to the road - spooked by the bikes it ran at the fence where it could not get ...