We motored on to Mountain Zebra NP, more game and another nice site. Nothing could dampen our spirits………….or so we thought. As we sat there sipping our drinks, playing uno and watching the storm approach we remembered to peg the awning as we listened to the wind rush through the trees towards us. We did not expect a hurricane. Cards went flying, chairs went flying, the roof tent when flying, "lets hold onto the awning just in case&quo...
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We spent the first 2 nights in Karoo National Park and everything was going well bar a minor glitch with the hole in our air mattress (Karen was not happy at the prospect of 6mths on the ground), and valuable lesson that wind camp awning - pegs, leads to a twisted mangled aluminium mess. But overall, a good campsite, good weather and we'd spotted our first game (if only a few antelope and some friendly tortoises).
Friday November 30th and the All African adventurers with Kal and the Captain (Morgan Rum that is) rolled out of Cape Town, windows down and African music pumping.It had been a long time coming and we were all pretty chuffed. To quote a famous explorer " Of the gladdest moments in human life…... is the departure on a distant journey into unknown lands". The plan for the first week or so was simple, unwind from the hectic last minute preparations, ...