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A Travel Blog by vermaakjeanne
"Every morning in Africa, a Gazelle wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning a Lion wakes up. It knows it must outrun the slowest Gazelle or it will starve to death. It doesn't matter whether you are ...
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A Travel Blog entry by jawad from Central Plateau, Tasmania, Australia
Pine Lake just awesome Describe the drive, and heading for Longford after discovering how small Miena is. Beautiful scenery and sunset, central plateau raised and high ...
A Travel Blog entry by samandmichelle from Taupo, North Island, New Zealand
... stayed at Taupō, which it turns out is not only a beautiful lake set against the towering volcanic cones of the Central Plateau, but also a great base from which to explore the whole central region. On Saturday we headed north into the geothermal ...
A Travel Blog entry by goodrichodyssey from Ai-Asi, Namibia
... a puny trickle compared with the immense volume of water that poured down its length in ages past. It cuts deep into the plateau which is today dry, stony and sparsely covered with hardy drought resistant plants. We stopped during middle of the day, ...
A Travel Blog entry by craigandclare from Mier, Northern Cape, South Africa
... , everyone saw a large concrete tower structure on the horizon, it looked like it was still under construction. Craig guessed it was a central tower for a solar thermal plant - and he was right. A lot of construction still to go (no heliostats yet) but ...
A Travel Blog entry by jenniemike from Keetmansllop, Karas, Namibia
... mend our puncture (side wall) and we had to buy a new tyre, we left behind the quietness and solitude of the CKGR ( central Kalahari game reserve) and drove for nearly 2 days down to the Mabuasehube side of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park. We spent 2 ...
A Travel Blog entry by visit_socotra from Dixam Plateau, Ḩaḑramawt, Yemen
Dixam Plateau is located in the central part of Socotra. You will be lead here by a good asphalt road which you can follow to get to Noget – the south coast of the Island. When leaving the main road, you will drive by a small village where you can ...
A Travel Blog entry by guo.dan. from Bolaven Plateau, Champasak, Lao Peoples Dem Rep
... ; THE LOOP It is possible, but challenging, to complete the so-called 'loop' around the Bolaven Plateau. Just a polite reminder: The roads can be horrendous at many points, so be mentally and physically prepared. Homestays are possible ...
A Travel Blog entry by faithandalex from Central Java, Indonesia
... of the much more sensible Indonesians who all stayed inside. Yesterday we made a long day trip to the Dieng Plateau, a relatively high area (2000m) which contains ancient Buddhist temples, hot springs and sulphur filled lakes. We were warned by our ...
A Travel Blog entry by argieuk from Keetmanshoop, Central Plateau, Namibia
Not really a lot to say for today, its the start of a long trek back to Cape Town. Thankfuly the road is tarred all the way, I'm sick of dirt roads! South of Windhoek the area is known for its straight roads. As you come oover the crest of a rise, the ...
A Travel Blog entry by danielandai from Keetmanshoop, Central Plateau, Namibia
We slowly woke up and had a breakfast in the hotel restaurant. They provided cold breakfast and some omelet or sausage/bacon/eggs. Keetmanshoop doesn't have many tourist attractions but there are quite a few B&Bs simply because people stop in this ...
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471 Squire Cummings Road, Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe
... the lodge, such as the MaKuwa-Kuwa restaurant and the homely Buffalo Bar, are rich in ambience and also overlook the central waterhole, where drinks and dinners are often shared with wildlife meandering down to the water each day to quench their thirst.Traveler Rating
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