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After some tough driving through the loose sands of the iSimangaliso Wetlands Park. We finally made it to the isolated camp Mabibi, nestled tightly in the massive vegetated dunes. The beaches were deserted and beautiful.
He's a strong one. On his feet within 20 minutes. No bottle feeding for him (thank god!). #travel #southafrica
Posted: 08:41:17 AM on 12/10/2014
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The alpine national park of Golden Gate in the Free State of South Africa. Was one of our many stops through the region. The colours in the rock faces during the late afternoon sun were spectacular. Click on through for a larger image and a map on where this image was captured.
All the pathos and irony of leaving one’s youth behind is thus implicit in every joyous moment of travel: one knows that the first joy can never be recovered, and the wise traveler learns not to repeat successes but tries new places all the time. – Paul Fussell
Another image of the Beautiful Drakensberg mountains of South Africa. This was the view we had from our camp whilst spending a few days at Monk’s Cowl. Click on through to see a larger image and a map on where the shot was taken.
One of the longest geographical name that is accepted in the world is “Taumatawhakatangihangak oauauotamateaturipukaka pikimaungahoronukupokaiwhe nua kitanatahu” (85 letters) which is a hill in New Zealand – it is a maori phrase which translates to “place where Tamatea, the man with the big knees, who slid, climbed and swallowed mountains, known as land-eater, played his flute to his loved one”.
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The Nullarbor Plain of Australia covers 100,000 square miles without a tree.
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