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Vietnam – Hanoi – Sightseeing and strange food

Sights – Tran Quoc-Pagode Fruit sacrificial offering Beautiful flowers Google Maps Location Oldtown Strange food Yes this is a brain. Not my favorite but worth a photo. A filled chicken on the left and all kinds of pastry. Most of the “normal” dishes are very healthy with a lot of mints, cucumber, and salat. You …

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Drakensberg hiking adventure “The Tugela Gorge”

Drakensberg George Tulega Hiking The Area of Drakensberg is World Heritage. Starting from Ladysmith it’s a 1:30 min drive to the Royal Natal Nationalpark next to the border of Lesotho and in the north of the Drakensberg Mountains. The entrance of the Nationalpark costs 80 RAND per Person for one day. There is a nice …

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Addo Elephant National Park Safari in South Africa

Our safari through the Addo Elephant Nationalpark near Port Elizabeth in South Africa started at 9 o’clock in the morning.Addo Elephant Park is famous for its huge elephant population. The size if perfect for a day trip through the park. Most of the roads are dirt roads, and an offroad vehicle is not necessary. The …

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Knysna

Viewpoints Beach First Brai the traditionally way First Oyster A great seafood restaurant named “34 Degrees South” is located at the waterfront of Knysna. Oysters cost between 15 and 30 RAND. https://www.34south.biz/

Prince Albert

Prince Albert is a small town, located behind the Swartberg mountains. The highest mountain is 2500 m high. There are two ways to drive to Prince Albert starting from Oudtshoorn. When you drive the great road of N12 you will find the Meiringspoort Waterfall on your way. Meiringspoort Waterfall https://goo.gl/maps/B8RNxJLfwvit2LN78 One and a half-hour drive …

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L’Agulhas more southern than Cape Point splitting the Atlantic and Indian Sea

There are a lot of roads under construction (November 2019) on the way to L’Agulhas. It’s a 2 hour drive from Hermanus and you can enter the Nationalpark for free. Comparing to the Cape Point 360 RAND it’s cheaper and there is also a sign where you’ll have your selfie time. There is a huge …

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