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08 Dec 2014 @ 18:44:47 pm
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After a bumpy start on the forum, as promised I am today introducing our Opus Magnum - the ultimate register of South African mountain passes. There are close to 400 passes already listed with another 200 or so to go. In short - we research, index, document, photograph and film mountain passes. The information is presented in an informative and entertaining format and includes Google earth orientation imagery and a simulated helicopter flyover; Google interactive maps which are so powerful they can calculate your route, the distance and time it will take you to get to any pass from where you are and even print out precise directions. Every pass is meticulously researched and we give GPS data, gradients, altitudes, distances, nearest town and suitability of road surface.

The site has burst through the 45,000 page views per month mark and still growing. Ironically we launched the site with an ad right here on CaravanParks.com more than a year ago.

For those of you that don't already know the website, we invite you to take a cyber drive and discover how much it can help in planning holiday routes or just the sheer pleasure of driving a pass that you didn't know about or some interesting snippet of history.

On the home page, just under the latest news item is our Master Map, which shows all the passes (red for gravel & black for tar). A right click will reveal the name and a prompt to click on it to take you directly to that pass page.

You can try our Extreme Passes listing to see how your favourite pass measures up against the rest. Each Thursday we publish a News Release and subscription is free. Subscribers also get access to the route files.

We have a Facebook page and a Twitter account. Our FaceBook page logs on average 50,000 views per week.

This forum doesn't seem to allow a click through url address, so you will just need to copy/paste it into your search bar. Otherwise just type in "Mountain Passes in South Africa" in Google and you will find us right at the top of the results.

www.MountainPassesSouthAfrica.co.za

More importantly, tell us what you think and if there is any thing you think we can improve on. More than 250 of the passes on the site were submitted by our readers. Feel free to do the same. We love feedback!

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08 Dec 2014 @ 19:19:41 pm
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Will try the Mountain passes thingLaughing

How great is our GOD
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08 Dec 2014 @ 20:08:20 pm
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Ek het darem al self n paar berge gery,sal opvolg en heimwee kry oor die lekker tye van vergange.Dankie byvoorbaat vir die inligting.
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08 Dec 2014 @ 20:11:22 pm
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Net jammer Surette hou nie daarvan nie.

Bang

Oppad na die volgende kamp.
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08 Dec 2014 @ 20:20:35 pm
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Have checked it out. It is awesome.

What is worrying is that as with many things in our country, things are going seriously downhill. In 1992 while working in Elliot, I drove the Baster Voetslaan pass with a colleague. We used his Mazda 323 sedan for this scenic drive. The views were unbelievable and I have always considered driving that route again. We encountered no problems whatsoever. Now I see you need a proper 4x4 with high ground clearance and low range for the trip.

At first I thought you were exaggerating, as I was told something similar about the Naude's Nek pass in 1995 and yet often drove up it fom Maclear in an Opel Rekord to do flyfishing. The only difficulty encountered was on one trip during a hailstorm which made a certain patch slippery as hell.

After viewing your photos it is clear however that this pass is not even viable for our 4x2 Fortuner any more, or one might end up going literally downhill!! Now I will leave it for guys like Warren (sitnievasnie) to appreciate. It is shocking what a lack of maintenance will do to a route like this.

Thanks for your efforts on this website.

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08 Dec 2014 @ 20:58:04 pm
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Trygve the forum does allow click through addresses:Wink

www.MountainPassesSouthAfrica.co.za

Just highlight the address and right click to insert it 


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08 Dec 2014 @ 21:25:40 pm
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Thanks for the insight, just shows again, we have the most beautiful country. 

@ Brian, thanks for the hyper link.

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09 Dec 2014 @ 06:29:41 am
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Ooooo Yay!

Top-O-the mornin' to you Trygve

I have already registered on your site, What info do you have on the 8 passes challange as a collective.

I intend doing the challange next year, my rig is a Landrover TD5 90 & a self-built micro camper trailer consisting of a RTT bolted onto a flat-bed trailer, the RTT stay's pitched... Kinda like a canvass caravan if you will.

I intend "stealth-camping" the entire trip, part of the adventure....

My Landy is fully self contained & equipped with a lot of self recovery equipment, 2 long range fuel tanks 60L water a rear diff-locker 40L Waco compressor freezer &............ Oh heck a whole bunch of stuff.

I have done Joubert's / Naudes / Moodernaars / Elands heights & cut through the Natal midlands to Qumbu..... Quite an experience

I do have photos...

Anyhow, what info on the 8 passes as a collective do you have, I have info on the passes individually... 

What route would one take and so on...

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Warren

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09 Dec 2014 @ 10:43:11 am
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Sorry Warren - I'm not aware of the "8 Passes Challenge". I am sure they are all on the website individually. The only passes that are grouped are the "7 Passes Road" between George and Knysna, where each of the passes contains hyperlinks to acces the other 6.

We have done the same with all the passes on the Cape Peninsula. 

If you give me the names of the 8 Passes with some history and detail what the chalenge is all about, I will see if it is possible to accommodate it on the website, or possible on our FaceBook page.

Cheers,

Trygve

www.MountainPassesSouthAfrica.co.za

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09 Dec 2014 @ 11:39:27 am
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Hi Trygve

The 8 passes challange is considered by the 4x4 fraterinity to be quite an acomplishment, especially if done in one trip (over a number of days.

There is a lot of info on Google about them, (just type in: - eight passes challange Eastern Cape) but the passes are 

NAUDE'S NEK

The highest mountain pass in South Africa. 

JOUBERT'S PASS 

The third highest mountain pass in South Africa 

VOLUNTEERSHOEK

Up to Tiffindell Ski Resort and the highest point in the Cape. 

CARLISLESHOEK ...And down the other side to the historical Rhodes Village
LUNDEAN'S NEK

A scenic route to the Lesotho border post at Telebridge. 

BASTERVOETPAD

Challenging driving and incredible views of the valleys below.

BARKLY PASS
The only tarred pass - but the views are worth it! 
OTTO DU PLESSIS
A wild and unspoiled pass with excellent birding

I have looked at all that I can on the net, but was hoping that you may have some "inside info" for me.

Anyhow, that's not to be, so perhaps it is a subject you could look into for your website

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09 Dec 2014 @ 11:55:52 am
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Have checked it out. It is awesome.

What is worrying is that as with many things in our country, things are going seriously downhill. In 1992 while working in Elliot, I drove the Baster Voetslaan pass with a colleague. We used his Mazda 323 sedan for this scenic drive. The views were unbelievable and I have always considered driving that route again. We encountered no problems whatsoever. Now I see you need a proper 4x4 with high ground clearance and low range for the trip.

At first I thought you were exaggerating, as I was told something similar about the Naude's Nek pass in 1995 and yet often drove up it fom Maclear in an Opel Rekord to do flyfishing. The only difficulty encountered was on one trip during a hailstorm which made a certain patch slippery as hell.

After viewing your photos it is clear however that this pass is not even viable for our 4x2 Fortuner any more, or one might end up going literally downhill!! Now I will leave it for guys like Warren (sitnievasnie) to appreciate. It is shocking what a lack of maintenance will do to a route like this.

Thanks for your efforts on this website.



I drove the Naudes Neck pass last December and there were still small cars driving it. Just muddy when it rained. I have family with fishing cottages at Vrederus farm dam .
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09 Dec 2014 @ 12:23:27 pm
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Some pics...

My previous rig a Dihatsu Rocky SE / Van & Boat Dragged that lot all over the zoo

My Landy

Oooo Froggy. you be a really lucky bloke indeed....

I've been trying to get this trip together for 2 years

Last year locals advised Bastervoet not do-able with only 1 vehicle

This year probibly have to work week after next

Hopeing next year & my accident (still have not fully recovered, still sore....)

Next year

 

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09 Dec 2014 @ 12:53:42 pm
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Hi Froggy

Thanks for the update. I guess it is conditional, things like time of year, weather conditions, rockfalls, etc.

If it is the same Vrederus I'm thinking about, I recall catching some excellent trout there. At that stage the owners were Dohne Naude and his wife. There was also a farm belonging to a Jurgens Goosen where I got a 10 1/2 pounder. Good times.

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09 Dec 2014 @ 13:34:56 pm
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Thanks for all the positive comments guys. Much appreciated.

Warren - re the 8 Passes Challenge. from your list I see we have done them all. Some of those (like Otto du Plessis Pass) is so amazing, it would seem a shame to rush over them. I would advocate spending one whole day each on Otto du Plessis and Baster Voetslaan each. Some of the others you could group and do 2, maybe 3 in one shot, but all of those passes are really big and to appreciate them, one needs to stop - go for a walk - take photos - videos - savour the moment.

I would say 3 days to do them all would be the minimum - and 4 days would be nice. A good spot to base yourslef is at Rhodes, where there is a caravan park as well as an hotel and several B&B's and guest lodges. That is more central than Barkly East or Lady Grey and Tiffindell is right on the top of the mountain at the lesotho border. But if you havent been there a lunch time stop should be considered and on can do Carlisleshoekspruit and Volunteershoek/Bidstone in one drive (about 4 hts for those two excl stops).

Explore those passes on our main map on the home page by zooming in and changing to sattelite mode. That's a good way to see what you can reasonably achieve in one day.

Our advice is to rather do less more thoroughly than too much in a rush.

By the way, Naude's Nek is the 2nd highest pass in SA (not the 3rd). Check the Extreme passes listing on the home page for a complete list from highest to lowest.

www.MountainPassesSouthAfrica.co.za

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09 Dec 2014 @ 13:51:02 pm
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Hi

Yes, the challange is not to see how quickly you do it, but to do it all at the same time. (Big difference)

There are so many amazing things to see that 2 - 3 days per pass is probibly a good time-frame

Wanna see the extint vulcano, Christmas cave oh a whole heap of places

As I said, part of the adventure is to "stealth-camp" IE not make use of parks or B&B's..... Kinda find a spot & camp

In my humblest of opinions, it is the most spectacular scenic area of SA... The couple this with the Drakensberg conservatory.... WOW...

Anyhow, thanks!  I'll gander your info when I get a gap...

BTW the guy who runs the back-packer's lodge in Lady-grey.... Restores old pedal organs... You just gotta poke your nose in there....

 

 

 

 

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09 Dec 2014 @ 13:53:32 pm
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Hi Froggy

Thanks for the update. I guess it is conditional, things like time of year, weather conditions, rockfalls, etc.

If it is the same Vrederus I'm thinking about, I recall catching some excellent trout there. At that stage the owners were Dohne Naude and his wife. There was also a farm belonging to a Jurgens Goosen where I got a 10 1/2 pounder. Good times.



Donie is my neef. Sy ma en my ma was susters. Dit was hulle oupa-grootjie wat die pas per perd afgemerk het. Dit is hoekom die pas na hulle vernoem is. Hulle boer nog steeds daar en my ander neef (sy ouer broer Stefaans) boer waar die pas begin aan Rhodes se kant.
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09 Dec 2014 @ 13:59:14 pm
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Watter een is hor as Naude's Nek ?
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09 Dec 2014 @ 13:59:16 pm
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Daardie begrafplaas onder die pas aan die weste kant is baie interessant. mens kan daar eintlik die hele geskiedenis van al die Naude's lees en dit so beter verstaan. Daardie manne was tougher as staal. Hulle sou vir Chuck Norris les opse!

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09 Dec 2014 @ 14:09:01 pm
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Daardie begrafplaas onder die pas aan die weste kant is baie interessant. mens kan daar eintlik die hele geskiedenis van al die Naude's lees en dit so beter verstaan. Daardie manne was tougher as staal. Hulle sou vir Chuck Norris les opse!



Al die Naude's by daai monument is Familie van mekaar gewees. Die laaste plaas net voor die monumnet is Stefaans Naude sin (neef) Hy het 4 dogters en geen seun nie. Wonder wat gaan nou met die Naude naam gebeur. Donie het n seun Peet wat die naam voort sal laat leef, van hulle kant af.
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09 Dec 2014 @ 14:33:48 pm
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Ongelooklik om te dink hulle het daardie enorme pas gebou met pik, graaf en perdekar met geen ingeneneur's opleiding nie. Praktiese mense wat met hulle koppe, harte en hande kon werk. Hulle verdien ons grootste admirasie.

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10 Dec 2014 @ 11:51:03 am
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Het aldie meeste van die passegery, ongelooflik mooi en senutergend.

As jy wil he jou drome moet waar word, moet jy eers wakker word.

Die jonge Fransmannetjie. (Parys - Frankryk)
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10 Dec 2014 @ 14:15:44 pm
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So paar foto's van ons vakansie by die familie in die Naudesnek pas en omgewing Des 2013. Asook vissershuisie waarin ons gebly het op familie se plaas.
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10 Dec 2014 @ 14:54:30 pm
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I see that 2nd last pic in the post above is of the Tenahead Lodge close to the summit. Has anyone travelled the route all along the border RSA/Lesotho that runs to the north of Naudes Nek pass and starts close to Tiffindell and ends at Tenahead?

It looks like real offroad stuff and we are hoping to film it when we are next in that area. It would be nice to know how good/bad that road is, before we go.

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10 Dec 2014 @ 19:05:10 pm
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Froggy that looks awesome. Will one day drive more of these passes. Die Hell is on my short list for next year.

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10 Dec 2014 @ 22:34:04 pm
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Baie mooi daar Harry. Nog een van die areas wat ek moet verken.

Brian, Die Hell is definately worth a visit. Due to a storm we had to turn back. Barely made it to Prince Albert via the Swartberg Pass.

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11 Dec 2014 @ 08:10:29 am
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Hendrik did you stay over at Prince Albert?  -  Olienhof maybe, what was the campsite like?

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11 Dec 2014 @ 09:17:59 am
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As from today and every Thursday, I will be posting a link to our latest news bulletin. So keep a look-out for todays one which features the Swartberg Pass. It's on our top 10 most popular page visits with over 10,000 views.

Unfortunately no caravans allowed.

Warren & Harry - I would like to use some of your photos on the relavant pass pages. There are some lovely pics amongst the ones shown. I love that one of the Suzuki+caravan+boat! If you can send me the pics and label them correctly with the name of the pass and any other relevant detail to trazz at mweb.co.za please? I will publish credits as needed.

Baie dankie by voorbaat

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11 Dec 2014 @ 09:27:36 am
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11 Dec 2014 @ 09:37:53 am
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Brian my dad has some fotos of us going into Die Hell with his Chevy 4.1 station wagon and the  Cabson caravan, in the early 70's, that was a scary trip.

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11 Dec 2014 @ 10:19:56 am
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Fred must have been scary awesome going down there with a caravan Surprised

I'll leave mine at one of the resorts near the top Cool

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11 Dec 2014 @ 11:32:55 am
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With the recent purchase of our 10th new caravan from Tygerberg Caravans, amongst a shower of gifts was a coffee table book of the history of Jurgens-CI. If any of you can hold of a copy, I can highly recommend it. I have not read the whole book yet, but I thoroughly enjoyed the first few chapters and in particular, the first ever caravan which was pulled by a horse! Those were called "Bokkie" and they made about 10 of them in total. It's a really fascinating read. (I know I'm off topic here)

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11 Dec 2014 @ 11:40:32 am
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I aslo wanted to mention that Naudes nek is not the highest pass in SA - not a by a long chalk. The Sani pass is almost 300m higher!

Many people dont realise that the Sani Pass in NOT in Lesotho, but in South Africa. This misconception is derived from the fact the SA border control point is near the bottom of the pass, with the bulk of the ascent lying to the NW of the border control point. The actual geographical border is right at the summit, where the Lesotho border post is located. So, the entire Sani Pass lies on SA soil.

Sani is the highest pass in SA and also the pass with the biggest altitude gain.

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11 Dec 2014 @ 12:08:32 pm
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Nog so paar foto's terwyl dit daar (Naudesnek en area op die plaas) gesneeu het. Let op hoelyk vissers huisie na sneeu. Van dit is selfegeneem en van dit is ouer foto's wat gescan is.

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11 Dec 2014 @ 12:26:30 pm
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Mooi man! Gaan kyk ook n bietjie na ons video by Volunteershoek/Bidstone waar ons lekker in die sneeu gery het.

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11 Dec 2014 @ 12:40:09 pm
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Harry. Dit is sprokieswereld mooi daar.

Waar naby sal jy aanbeveel ons staan met 'n padwa om die wereld te verken?

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11 Dec 2014 @ 13:03:48 pm
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Mooi man! Gaan kyk ook n bietjie na ons video by Volunteershoek/Bidstone waar ons lekker in die sneeu gery het.



Ek sal so maak, dankie
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11 Dec 2014 @ 13:08:46 pm
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Harry. Dit is sprokieswereld mooi daar.

Waar naby sal jy aanbeveel ons staan met 'n padwa om die wereld te verken?

Harry. Dit is sprokieswereld mooi daar.

Waar naby sal jy aanbeveel ons staan met 'n padwa om die wereld te verken?



Ek dink Rhodes Village so 12 km van die voet van Naudesnek. Ek dink hulle het n karavaanpark daar gehad. Die manne sit kettings op hulle Landcruisers se wiele as dit begin sneeu daar en hulle wil oor die pas ry. Moet s dit is n belewenis vir ons wat dit nie ken nie. Beslis vir my.
Froggy ons Sprinter bussie Harry & Yvonne
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11 Dec 2014 @ 13:38:29 pm
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Die karavaan park bestaan nog steeds in Rhodes.

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Sjoe, dit is asemrowend mooi. Veral die fotos van die sneeubedekte wereld deur Harry. Dankie vir die inligting, fotos en al die moeite Trygve. Ons sal bietjie gaan google op julle wbsite.
Cheers vir altyd
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Die karavaan park bestaan nog steeds in Rhodes.

Dankie Harry en Trygve. Ons beplan al lank om die Oos Vrystaat en die noord-westelike dele van die Oos Kaap te verken. Dit is tyd dat dit tot realiteit kom.

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