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Sleeping place. Camp Africa just north of Louis Trichhardt Up early to catch the morning sun across the park. And off we were into the desolate North. Oh my goodness was it ever quiet, just a handful of cars and very few animals. We kept a pretty good pace, and decided to leave the park 30km early to try and get to some huts on a mountain side. Taking on e of the rural routes was perhaps the wrong decision as the speed limit was 60km/hr which made ...
It was with fear and trembling that we approached Beit Bridge. There were literally hundred of people in the queue waiting for immigration. We were approached by a very nice man who said to Doggy that he must go with him to get the gate pass. I was left in the queue amongst this seething mass with people pushing left right and centre. Very soon a chap who was also at the Lion and Elephant who we had met at dinner, came ...
This was a strange stopover, a lovely resort on the edge of a lake, rolling lawns but probably needed a little tlc, we felt that it could have done with some management presence and a bit of enthusiasm. The food however was superb, well up to city restaurant standard. Elim and the surrounding district were utterly fascinating, a sprawling town of mud rondevals and ...
... although mainly unused ruins of the Sweetwaters Hotel, which was used by the BVC as a HQ's
Not to far away we went to the monument and graves of Fort Edward itself. This was where the BVC carried out their patrols from at different times. Located on a ridge line the small cemetery consists of just four graves. The 4 original grave markers from the A-B War once marked the graves of 4 British troops that were buried in Charles family ...
... us I managed to swing a room to myself which was bliss! We also had electricty for lights and kettles and stuff which was a bit of a novelty! We still spent most of our time walking around with our head torches on though, guess its just habit! We spent our first evening having a brai, and treated ourselves to some really nice steak and sausages and stuff... It was really nice to wind down and spend some time with a small group of people for a bit. We spent the next couple of ...
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