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30 May

A beautiful late autumn walk

Today I had a wonderful walk with a lovely family from the USA & Malawi. The weather was absolutely perfect and the walk was exhilarating. We took a slightly more challenging route and enjoyed it thoroughly.

Blog E & J

Arriving at the top was rewarding.

Blog familyWe spoke about how contrary to the predictions that the Afrikaans language would die, it is still the most spoken first language amongst the coloured people of the Western & Northern Cape. And as if to confirm this we came across this beautiful Brown Afrikaaner (Gladiolus maculatus):

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