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Walk in Africa / Uncategorized  / Finishing with the Finns
28 Feb

Finishing with the Finns

My friend Patrick Verbraecken recently contacted me to chastise me for not uploading posts! He is entirely justified. I was extremely busy and then had technical problems. So I apologise to all of our regular readers for the hiatus, but it has been v

ery encouraging to receive e-mails and phone calls asking about our e-magazine.

I must also apologise to the Finnish hikers who have been awaiting the last instalment documenting their walk.

It was certainly a memorable walk and I was very pleased to have every one of the group finish the walk with me.

We walked to Booi se Skerm and even had some baboons showing us the way.

This is the time of year for red flowers on The Peninsula and we were delighted to see the vivid colours of Crassula coccinea.


The sea was as still as a bath tub as we approached the final ascent toward Cape Point.

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