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  • WHEELING ABROAD - Victoria Falls

    WHEELING ABROAD - Victoria Falls

    It was about an hour flight and as we were about 15 minutes out you could see what looked like a huge cloud on the ground.

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  • Wheeling Abroad - the 2nd half

    Wheeling Abroad - the 2nd half

    On the way we found some huge areas of bulldust up to 500mm deep. This stuff is amazing, it as fine as talcum powder, flows like water but throws the car about like deep mud ruts. Not much control over the vehicle and visibility is zero as it covers the windscreen. Bad luck if you have a window open!

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  • What do these butcher’s boots and tyres have in common?

    What do these butcher’s boots and tyres have in common?

    Well a butcher and a tyre have more in common than you think. Learn the story of how sipes were invented.

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  • 5 ESSENTIAL THINGS TO PACK WHEN TRAVELLING WITH KIDS

    5 ESSENTIAL THINGS TO PACK WHEN TRAVELLING WITH KIDS

    The most stressful part of travelling with kids is deciding where to stay and what to take. Your decisions will depend on whether you are camping, caravanning, free camping or staying in accommodation. Read on to find out what we recommend packing when travelling with kids.

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  • Wheeling Abroad - Namibia: The First Half of the Trip

    Wheeling Abroad - Namibia: The First Half of the Trip

    This 6-ton Bull Elephant was only 20m away from us, I could see every detail in his face. This was one of those moments, simply humbling.

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  • Wheeling Abroad - Namibia: First Impressions

    Wheeling Abroad - Namibia: First Impressions

    I’m finding this country fascinating as everything is both familiar and different at the same time.

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  • Wheeling Abroad Namibia: Getting there

    Wheeling Abroad Namibia: Getting there

    So, after some restless sleep, another movie, dinner, another movie, more Whiskey, more restless sleep, we finally landed in Johannesburg Sth Africa at 5.30pm local time.

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