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Walk in Africa / Uncategorized  / The luckiest guy in the world?
23 Apr

The luckiest guy in the world?

I may be wrong but I think I may be the luckiest guy in the world.

This week I took a wonderful group from New Mexico and/or Wyoming up Table Mountain.

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The mist was thick, the ambience was perfect and the Protea cynaroides (Protea cynaroides) were sublime. . .

They are MAGNIFICENT and they are South Africa’s National Flower and this is what they look like from close up:

And this is what they look like from SUPER close-up:

The point I’m trying to make is that last week I was in the Makgadikgadi, this week I am amongst the exquisite Cape Fynbos and soon I will be in the Greater Kruger National Park.

So – watch this space.

 

 

 

 

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