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It’s here!  Really it is!  After tackling the writing, and the technical challenges of publishing, the book is finally available on Amazon. Your support during the writing and now for the launch has been amazing. Here is a little snippet for you to whet the appetite: “We drove south to M’Hamid for an unquestionably touristy … <p><a href="http://www.kapp2cape-blog.net/2015/01/its-here-the-book-is-here/">Continue reading »</a></p>

It’s here, the book is here!

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It’s here!  Really it is!  After tackling the writing, and the technical challenges of publishing, the book is finally available on Amazon. Your support during the writing and now for the launch has been amazing. Here is a little snippet…

The Rainy Season, I Presume?

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Het is half zeven in de ochtend. We zijn al ruim drie kwartier wakker, onze ‘watchman’ voor de nacht meldde zich rond kwart voor zes onder aan ons laddertje om te vertellen dat hij er nog steeds is. Gelukkig. Daar…

De Kip, de Club en de Startmotor

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Hupsend op moeilijk verstaanbare Zambiase kerst-rap, schreeuwt de negroïde DJ in kerstmannenpak om vereeuwiging. Toegegeven, er waren meerdere gegadigden in Club Fairmount; de dampende frituurpannen achter de bar, apatische Chinezen en mannen in pak met zeer slechte snit en bluetooth-oortjes…
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Zambian Droughts and Draughts

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  Hot. Zambia is hot. The Luangwa river – the only perennial water point in South Luangwa National Park – was very low and the hippos were struggling to find deep enough pools. Our campsite up the sandbanks seemed to…
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De rook die dondert

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Ze zijn niet de hoogste ter wereld en ook niet de langste, maar ze zijn wel de grootste ter wereld: de Victoriawatervallen. Op de grens tussen Zambia en Zimbabwe valt de rivier de Zambezi over een breedte van ruim 1700…
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Geheim van Afrika

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We liggen in Lilongwe in ons tentje en horen de wekker dringend zoemen. De stad om ons heen is al een poosje ontwaakt. Vrachtwagens rijden af en aan en taxi’s toeteren naar mogelijke klanten. Met oordopjes hadden we geprobeerd het…
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Hookey’s Adventure

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After the long descent from the top of the escarpment down into South Luangwa National Park it was a relief to come across the very remote northern park entry gate. We pulled up in a cloud of dust surrounded by…
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Zambia

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Πατήστε εδώ για να δείτε όλες τις φωτογραφίες απ’ τη Lusaka! Πατήστε εδώ για να δείτε όλες τις φωτογραφίες απ’ το Livingstone! Πως περνά έτσι ο καιρός εδώ στην Αφρική, ακόμα δεν μπορώ να το χωνέψω! Πριν λίγες μέρες γύρισα…

Zambia thoughts

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Zambia – a favorite. Friendly, helpful, open folks so well demonstrated by the large amount of “how can I help?” we received from everyone passing by in cars, on bikes or on foot when we had our truck breakdown on…
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Zambia

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Leaving Livingstone on Friday (greetings to all our US friends as it was also the 4th of July) was the beginning of a bit of a road trip on tarmac. We headed north towards Lusaka, passing small villages bustling with…
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Ahhhh Zhaaambia the gentle

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On my last night in Namibia what I thought would be peaceful  night with a good nights sleep changed dramatically when a group of around 6 tiger fishermen rolled into camp . With the magical wand of brandy and Jagermeister …

Afrika

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Zambia en Namibië, februari 2012 Op 31 januari jl. vertrokken we –na 3 weken onverwacht in Nederland te zijn geweest- weer naar Lusaka, de hoofdstad van Zambia. Helaas is de moeder van Marco op 12 januari jl. na een kort…
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Zambia: Rain and Spiders in Kafue National Park

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Dec. 11-17, 2013 Kafue National Park The tsetse fly-infested road to one of the campsites. The flies are attracted to moving vehicles, perhaps mistaking them for large metallic antelopes. Kafue was the first national park we visited during what tourism…
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Zambia: Chipata to Lusaka

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Dec. 5-21, 2013 *Note on photos: We don’t have any of this part of the trip, so I have inserted some photos from other parts of Zambia. Border Post Getting into Zambia was a painstaking endeavor. Individual officials were good-natured…
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Route Through Zambia

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A Chipata / Mchinji Border to B Chipata – 20kms, half an hour with the border, easy driving and good tar   – read about this section here B/D Chipata to C South Luangwa – 160kms, 2.5 hours, this road used…
CHIPATA TO STAY AND EAT: On the way from Zambia to South Luangwa National Park, I stayed at Mama Rulas camp. It’s perfectly positioned for an early morning launch into the park and the newly tarred road makes the journey fairly quick and painless. The park fees give you entry for one day only (the […]<img alt="" border="0" src="http://pixel.wp.com/b.gif?host=london2cape.com&blog=40481219&post=2406&subd=london2cape&ref=&feed=1" width="1" height="1"/>

Eat Stay Do in Zambia

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CHIPATA TO STAY AND EAT: On the way from Zambia to South Luangwa National Park, I stayed at Mama Rulas camp. It’s perfectly positioned for an early morning launch into the park and the newly tarred road makes the journey…
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Somebeer

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We have been told that in Africa every man wants a BMW – Beer, Meat, Woman. In Chipata we found a Spar so were able to get hold of some Beer and Meat. With my BMW I headed to South…
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Zambia

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Day: 159 KLMS: 24,346 We clunked into Zambia for the second time, crossing through at Chirundu, the most hectic border yet. Trucks were backed up to 4km down the road and we had to aggressively drive our way through the…

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