Questions from a Bike Ride (15 November 2002) – Cape Town, South Africa

chevron_right

Everywhere he goes, Al gets asked the same questions about his trip. Perhaps he’s just trying to earn the right to sit on his sofa like a slob!

Soft Landings and Heavy Breathing in Malawi – Nkhata Bay, Malawi

chevron_right

Aaron O’Sullivan’s note to all parents: You do not

Mpumalanga Interlude – Eastern Transvaal, South Africa

chevron_right

Allan Taylor was hoping for a quiet but interesting place to rest up awhile after three months travelling in South America.

Unexpected Encounters – Cape Town, South Africa

chevron_right

Paul Cook experiences Cape Town from a local’s per

Disbelief of Wonder – Kasane, Botswana

chevron_right

Erik Trinidad tries to convince his safari camp co

Freckles – South Africa

chevron_right

A child’s innocent question has Stephanie Lemieux

African Anecdotes #6: Welcome To Gnatroa – Population 300 (or so)

chevron_right

There was a funeral in the village and all the women took part in the ‘dance of death’.

African Anecdotes #7: Welcome To Yamoussoukro – The Capital – South Africa

chevron_right

Yamoussoukro is the administrative capital and one of the nicer Ivorian towns with its greenery and lakes. Any visit must include a trip to the Notre Dame de la Paix Basilica.

Big Brother’s African Brother #59: Cape Town, South Africa

chevron_right

Coaxed up Table Mountain by the lure of chocolate, Penny spent a sobering hour within the Langa township and caught the ferry for a thought-provoking tour round Robben Island.

Big Brother’s African Brother #57: Simons Town to Hermanus, South Africa

chevron_right

Wine tasting and stroking cheetahs in Stellenbosch, a whale fest in Hermanus and sleeping in the car in Simons Town. The non-stop adventure continues.