Anticipation of Our Africa Tour

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Just reading about our Southern Africa RV Safari conjures up visions of driving among the exotic animals that we have known only from movies and travelogues. As the time to depart from Dulles Airport arrived on Feb 21st our airplane reminded us of our destination: South African Air. Even the flight attendants contributed to our […] Read more »

Arrived in Cape Town For Africa RV Tour

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Our hotel is a short distance from the waterfront. Our after breakfast orientation was smooth and fast…each couple received their cell phones and the Maui folks took care of the rental papers quire efficiently. Then it time for most of us to head out to the shopping center that is superbly located facing the Atlantic […] Read more »

Wild Penguins On Our African Tour

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I usually fall asleep on bus rides…couldn’t today the scenery was just too beautiful. Wild African penguins…they live in a sheltered cove that’s surrounded by luxury homes. We were able to walk right down to the beach via raised wooden boardwalks so our experience was really close. Many pairs were sharing egg-incubating duties and their “call” […] Read more »

Now driving our Motorhomes on the wrong side of the road

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I mean the left side! Look to the right and turn to the left.  These commandments will keep us safe for the next month or so, especially now that WE are doing the driving. Even though we knew the drill, having been in those small motor homes in NZ & AU it was still quite […] Read more »

Bontebok National Park

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L’Agulhas to Riverdale (122 miles).  Another great shopping spot, Kapula Candles. I loaded up on these unusually painted, authentic African themed candles. We are noticing that very little labor here is mechanized. The workers are using picks and shovels as well as hand cutters.As we drove through the National Park we saw some Bonteboks, a […] Read more »