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Africa 1999
 

The Team

Journals
1. The Start
2. Southern Arrival
3. Cape Town Comfort
4. Namibian Sand
5. Africa Wins Again
6. Into the Margin
7. Kwaheri Kilimanjaro
8. Ugandan Abandon
9. A Turn into War
10. To Congo and the Worst Road in Africa
11. Mozambique Madness
12. Malawi to Zambia
13. Revisiting the South

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Panamerican 2003
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Revisiting the South
5 July, 1999
(Johannesburg, South Africa)

The left side went soft and loose again, "Oh please let it not be the tire" I thought.  It was.  We were in the middle of the desert and all the spares were used up.

 

 


Leaving the tortuous dirt roads of Zambia to cross into Namibia


Lion feast at an Etosha water hole


Wildebeest - 'the animal designed by committee'


A rare display of elephant affection


Etosha's salt sand contrasts the zebra herd and gray sky


Over a million seals live and breed in the colony at Cape Cross 


Ambitious termites - a towering termite hill


Shaka - the personality that made Setengi great


First blowout of the day in the Namibian desert 


Siphoning petrol from the roof


Fixing the second flat - we had to keep pumping up an old spare


Petro fill-up in Luderitz 


The old diamond mine ghost town outside of Luderitz 

 

 


Cape Town's west shore suburbs


Cape Point - south of Cape Town


Luxury living for the last days in Cape Town

 

 

 

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