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... across the road. Simon expressed a concern that perhaps we should leave the unknown to him Toyota at home, and take his trusty Landrover with it's low range 4WD for this expedition. Well you can imagine what both I, and the Toyota that had conquered the Himalayas and Mongolia thought of that, but we both keep our counsel and decided that we would just see how we got along. After a very pleasant border crossing experience out of SA we set ...
... disabled, so that God’s strength and goodness, in that he still loves and died for a sinner like me, can shine through me. I want to be honest about who I am, so that God can have all the credit and glory when he uses me to accomplish his purposes, instead of me recieving the glory. This is still something I am working through being able to articulate. It seems like a very complicated concept, but I am thankful to God for allowing me to begin ...
... visited so while it was still phenomenal, the farthest we could see was the edge of Kruger National Park. We loved all the signs about the site -- finding it especially ironic that God's Window has limited hours! :-)
Back on the bus and continuing our drive we headed to the edge of the Blyde River Canyon to an area with a viewpoint that overlooks this large canyon, the 3rd largest in the world! There are unusual ...
- Destination: Hilton
- Fuel: a lot.. haven't worked it out just yet.
- Weight of car: 3100KG
- Height: 2.3m – which means no undercover parking...which may be okay considering where we are going.
- Destination: Hilton
- Mileage: 0km
- Fuel: 0km
- Dinner: home roast pork, potatoes, veg, red wine (from a bottle!)
After a long trip with our guide Chris we arrived at Pilgrims Rest. Pilgrims Rest was one long narrow street that with old little buildings on both sides of the road. As soon as we hopped out of the van we had South Africans surrounding us trying to get donations and sell us various wares. It The hotel was in the middle of the street and accommodation was spread out from one end of the street to the other ...