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Cross Country & Into Angola (Part 1)

Dale Morris ventures into Angola – a country that is, or at least was, one of those infamous African countries which regularly made it onto the news channels for rather unpleasant reasons. Part one of a three part series.

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Urban All Terrain

Johannesburg Zoo is famous for it’s white lion breeding programme as well as having successfully bred Siberian Tigers,the largest cats on the planet,the most famous of these being the male known as “Twist”.

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Sodwana to Kosi Bay

We had two days of excellent game fishing with the charter company, “Seevarkie” and caught and release a black Marlin and landed a 25 kg Yellowfin Tuna as well as a couple of beautiful Dorado’s.

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Cross Country & Into Angola (Part 1)

Dale Morris ventures into Angola – a country that is, or at least was, one of those infamous African countries which regularly made it onto the news channels for rather unpleasant reasons. Part one of a three part series.

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An Interesting Concept!

So I spotted a survival kit in a small tin on a website and immediately fell in love with the concept, I love things that are compact and functional. I immediately thought that it would be a great idea to emulate – their kit was in an “Altoids” tin; Altoids are a brand of mints marketed as “Curiously Strong Mints” …

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Water Safety

Last Sunday I bumped into a good friend whilst walking my dog along the Braamfontein Spruit , he had his two dogs with him so we stayed together and walked for around an hour or so. He had just been to the Doctor to get the jabs necessary for travelling into Africa as he was heading to the DRC, at …

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The Crux of the Matter

At a recent training session the instructor explained the workings of a differential as well as the locking interventions available, in this case they were a lockable differential and a differential fitted with a Limited Slip Differential.

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Cross Country & Into Angola (Part 1)

Dale Morris ventures into Angola – a country that is, or at least was, one of those infamous African countries which regularly made it onto the news channels for rather unpleasant reasons. Part one of a three part series.

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Cross Country & Into Angola (Part 1)

Dale Morris ventures into Angola – a country that is, or at least was, one of those infamous African countries which regularly made it onto the news channels for rather unpleasant reasons. Part one of a three part series.

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Birds of a Feather

The coastline of Namibia is well known for its sand sea and hidden diamonds, yet a gem of a different kind lies visible to all those who frequent its shores.

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The Sunshine Coast Route

The Sunshine Coast offers diverse scenery and experiences and its beauty lies within its small towns, stunning beaches and river banks, and the warm-hearted people which reside in them.

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An Interesting Concept!

So I spotted a survival kit in a small tin on a website and immediately fell in love with the concept, I love things that are compact and functional. I immediately thought that it would be a great idea to emulate – their kit was in an “Altoids” tin; Altoids are a brand of mints marketed as “Curiously Strong Mints” …

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Water Safety

Last Sunday I bumped into a good friend whilst walking my dog along the Braamfontein Spruit , he had his two dogs with him so we stayed together and walked for around an hour or so. He had just been to the Doctor to get the jabs necessary for travelling into Africa as he was heading to the DRC, at …

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The Crux of the Matter

At a recent training session the instructor explained the workings of a differential as well as the locking interventions available, in this case they were a lockable differential and a differential fitted with a Limited Slip Differential.

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The Right Way to Travel

The right way to travel! Recently the topic of over landing came up over lunch and it turned to a discussion on the worst experiences had whilst in neighbouring countries, now I have been kept at border post, denied exit from Mozambique and even been accused of smuggling cars by the SAP. All of which turned out to the best …

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Going Camping

In keeping with the philosophy of not breaking new ground and not deviating from a driven track when in your vehicle, you should also try to camp in an existing spot.

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Buying a Multi-Tool

Multi-tools are not really a new idea, I even remember my father purchasing the odd multi purpose tool when I was a kid, and they fulfilled the intended purpose but never to any great degree.

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