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Southern Africa – Day 51 – Cape Town To Sydney, Australia

In for a long day, today! Two flights, first from Cape Town to Johannesburg (about 1.5hrs) then Johannesburg to Sydney, Australia (about 13hrs). The Cape Town flight was delayed by about 2 hrs, which basically ate up our layover time in Jo’burg. Luckily there was a major thunderstorm, so allRead More …


Southern Africa – Day 50 – Cape Town, South Africa


Southern Africa – Day 49 – Clanwilliam to Cape Town, South Africa


Southern Africa – Day 48 – Naries Namakwa Retreat to Clanwilliam


Southern Africa – Day 47 – Fish River to Naries Namakwa Retreat, South Africa


Southern Africa – Day 46 – Fish River Canyon, Namibia

We have an early morning today, so we can reach the canyon before the sun starts to heat up too much. It is about a 10km trip to the main view point of the canyon. Fish River Canyon is the second largest in the world next to the Grand CanyonRead More …


Southern Africa – Day 45 – Klein-Aus Vista to Fish River Canyon, Namibia

Continuing our way south, today. On the way we kept an eye out for the wild horses, but alas- no luck in spotting them. There wasn’t much on the way, until just out of Seehein, where the terrain changes- it is now lush and green, and grape vines cris-cross theRead More …


Southern Africa – Day 44 – Klein-Aus Vista, Namibia

Due to the expected wind, today, we abandoned plans to go to the ghost town, Kolmanskop. Couldn’t bear another sand blown day! We thought about going to see if we could find the wild horses of Aus, at sunrise, but decided to have a much needed sleep-in instead. So afterRead More …


Southern Africa – Day 43 – Namibrand Family Hideout to Klein-Aus Vista, Namibia

The wind played havoc all night and was still howling this morning. There is sand everywhere. The oryx (who apparently is the only animal to have 4 colours) said a final goodbye, by crossing in front of the car on the way out – (David is sure all the animalsRead More …


Southern Africa – Day 42 – Ballooning, Namibrand Family Hideout, Namibia

Ballooning this morning, which means an exceptionally early morning start. Up at 3.30am to pack the car- the only problem with having your home on your back! We travel for around 70km, which wouldnt be so bad if it wasnt for, the abysmal headlights on the Ford Ranger, the extremelyRead More …


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