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... travelogue of an amazing trip I took to South Africa in January and February 2007. An overland trip starting in Johannesburg and ending in Cape Town - this was what I had decided would be my big six-oh! birthday present to myself. An old friend, who I had ...
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Serving as a guide to ships entering the scenic and commercial Gloucester harbor from the Atlantic Ocean, this 36-foot tall cylindrical brick tower was built in 1832 and automated in 1986.