Monthly Archives: August 2013
Apparently we were fortunate to be traveling through on a Sunday because then the traffic is not as congested. We’ll never complain about Windhoek traffic any more!
Yeppie, crossing the border to Mozambique! We heard so many stories about Mozambique that we are both anxious and apprehensive at the same time. We’ll soon find out what to expect and where the road will take us.
Some of the world’s oldest rock formations are found here, as are Stone Age spear and axe heads. Very beautiful reserve!
The view from our campsite spoiled by 3 pajama donkeys.
This “museum” took us back in time! One can easily spend a whole day to learn more about the Anglo-Boer and Anglo-Zulu wars.
St Lucia is such a quaint little town with friendly people, beautiful nature and lots to do. We stayed at the Sugar Loaf Campsite with its dense vegetation with over 400 different species of trees in the area, large variety … Continue reading
Kosi Bay is part of the Simangaliso Wetland Park and has the most beautiful and quiet beach we have seen in South Africa.
Adopting a African child is very trendy these days and we thought we join the trend. There are so many African orphans who need shelter, food and someone who cares for them. So we adopted Marco and placed him in … Continue reading