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With plenty of fuel, and no major hiccups at the border (getting past Mozambique borders officials is not always without financial hazard – officials are poor and will take whatever opportunity to supplement their meagre salaries) I was on my way. I stopped overnight at Chimoio and realised my rear-right brake-pads had worn down to the metal - probably as a [...]

Mozambique, my penultimate stop………..

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Click to view slideshow. With plenty of fuel, and no major hiccups at the border (getting past Mozambique borders officials is not always without financial hazard – officials are poor and will take whatever opportunity to supplement their meagre salaries) …
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And so we head south……….

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Ngorogoro and Serengeti are large on my list of things to see before headin home. The great migration! Graeme had warned me off the costs of the Park fees (once again in US$), but the way I figured it, I’m…
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Arusha, Northern Tanzania.

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I am going to jump to present day, so family and friends can see what I am up to. Still missing a blog on 3 weeks in Harare back in August with my cousins – nope you won’t escape: we’ll…
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Given up…………………?

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I realize many of you may be wondering what happened to the blog? The last blog was some time ago, back in July! Now, some time in October I am in Tanzania – the northern part – a place called…

Order of blogs………

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Today, 2nd August, I added 3 new blogs so you should go down until Botswana Part 2 and work back up. As an interim update, I am in Harare with my couzens, checking how life is here. I have dropped…
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Botswana Part Two…………………

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At ‘Back to the Bridge’ lodge, the locals have begun their drinking marathon. Terry, from Gweta is there with Gerald, his mate. This is his drinking hole when in Maun, it seems. He is inquisitive about the elephants on the…

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