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26 Oct

WALK WALK WALK

I’m exceptionally fortunate that my work often requires me to walk in the most beautiful locations. And over the next 29 days I will be walking for 26 of these days – on mountains and beaches and in the most biodiverse plant kingdom in the world. I p

romise to share the highlights of these walks too.

Today was the first day of this walking episode. I started a four-day walk with a group of Finns and Estonians for Olympia Travel www.olympia.fi and Into Africa www. intoafrica.com. We could not have wished for a more beautiful day to ascend Table Mountain.

Here you can see the entire group at the Maclears Beacon, the highest point of Table Mountain.

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