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KwaZulu-Natal February 2019: sea, mountains, and birds in between


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Zim Girl

Great report Alex, excellent photos all round, loved the Drakensberg landscapes.

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xelas
43 minutes ago, Zim Girl said:

Great report Alex, excellent photos all round, loved the Drakensberg landscapes.

 

I am not surprised that you are impressed by Drakensberg landscapes. It is a place any serious hiker must enjoy!

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Peter Connan
On 1/5/2020 at 10:04 AM, xelas said:

Always a gentleman, Peter! It feels good; writing a trip report does take time, and since this one was seriously overdue, some details were lost in space (must be a Black Hole is starting to form inside my skull :lol:).

Note to myself: make notes on paper during the trip!

 

I wonder if the black hole in your skull is connected to the one in mine?

This is one advantage of the single-digit Nikons. Voice notes. Wish they would introduce that on some of the lower models as well...

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Kitsafari

Entertaining and informative report, and fabulous photography from  Zvezda and you, as always, @xelas. thanks for taking time to put it together. I would have panicked as well when the e-maps aren't working. 

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xelas

Thank you, @Kitsafari! Trying our best, both of us. And will try to improve, some new countries will be visited in 2020.

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Dave Williams

Just enjoyed a second read of the report Alex. Our trip for last September was cancelled of course but I have rebooked for late May in to June and a different plan to the original so I'm checking out what I might still like to add!!

 

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