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Whale Trail tale - Walk in Africa
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Walk in Africa / Uncategorized  / Whale Trail tale
15 Nov

Whale Trail tale

A cosmopolitan group set out from the starting point at De Hoop Nature Reserve yesterday morning to conquer the Whale Trail. Gill and Jim from Scotland, Alison from England, Louise from Australia, and Bruce from South Africa, with Steve as their int

repid leader.

This was the spectacular view from the highest point of the day over the Breede River Valley.

Watch this space for the next instalment!

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