Monthly Archives: December 2015

Border crossing madness

Crossing from SA into Swaziland was a breeze, at least on the road I took (see last post). Taking the major highway back into SA was crazy. The Swaziland side was much more orderly. First you get your gate pass … Continue reading

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Barberton, SA and Swaziland. December 18-20

I stayed a night at “Bushwacked Barberton”, another small guesthouse with just a couple of rooms. The family lives in the adjacent house, and Pete is helpful upon checkin, then pretty much leaves you on your own. Perfect, and I’m … Continue reading

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Kruger National Park, December 15-17

What an amazing experience. To be driving along, and having these amazing animals just right there. Sometime too much as the people in this pic discovered. They had stopped to view an elephant that crossed behind them. Then the rest … Continue reading

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Limpopo province

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South African Food Terminology

Because of course I am researching the availability on interesting eats, I am coming across many terms that I am unfamiliar with. Here are a few: Bunny Chow: also known as a bunny, this is a hollowed out loaf of … Continue reading

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Southern Africa preparations

This takes even me by surprise. If you’d have asked me a year ago, I would have said with good confidence that Africa held minimal interest for me. Maybe it’s all the conflict one hears in the news. I should … Continue reading

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