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    Re: Travelling after covid

    Don't worry Bostoe or Donlux - the same guy had this to say in another thread:

    "So you guys have never left your house over the past yearÖ because of COVID? One sneeze and that could be it for...
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    Re: Travelling after covid

    Are you crossing a border or staying in one of the Bots camps?
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    Re: 265/65R18 Offroad tyres

    Ironically you just described the BFGís best points, and why it stands above the rest in that application.
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    Re: CKGR trip 27/6 to 3/7 up for grabs

    Glad that worked for you, Iím still struggling to get them to answer my email about cancelling in December / January. Time to die off another one, thanks for the reminder.
  5. Thread: Malaria meds

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    Re: Malaria meds

    You do sprout some hogwash at times.

    Coartem is not used as a preventative, rather as a cure. You can't be advocating people get malaria by not using prophylaxis just so they can use Coartem?
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    Re: Kgalagadi - Bots and Sa

    At this stage Bokspits and McCarthyís Rest are closed. Closest open border post is Pioneer from Gauteng (double check that).

    You would enter and return through there. Ramatlabama also an option.
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    Re: Kgalagadi - Bots and Sa

    Impossible.

    But you can leave via Two Rivers and head towards Tsgabong via Bokspits. After that go back via whatever gate you entered Bots.
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    Re: BFG KO2 - What could have caused this damage?

    Michelin
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    Re: V6 needs a good tune in Pretoria.

    How bad are the figures, care to share?

    And a bit more detail - mileage, transmission etc.
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    Re: Swakopmund fishing charter - recommendations?

    As a matter of interest, what species would you be catching off a boat in that area?
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    Sticky: Re: Bird photo's for comment & crit

    Walter Sisulu National Botanical Gardens. West rand of Joburg I think.
  12. Thread: Malaria meds

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    Re: Malaria meds

    No prescription required for malaria meds any more. If you were comfortable with Malanil stick with it, or use one of the generics like Mozzitec (sp?).
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    Re: Leopard attack Xakanaka, Moremi NP

    Hmmm, no wonder they were puzzled that an animal in good condition was attacking people.
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    Sticky: Re: Bird photo's for comment & crit

    Unfortunately my trip has been postponed, so Iím only likely to go in September.

    Frans, Iím going with Rockjumper tours. Dudley can confirm but I think he went with the same outfit.
  15. Thread: E-toll outcome

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    Re: E-toll outcome

    Itís a local election year, politicians will say anything, particularly if their party is under the hammer.
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    Sticky: Re: Bird photo's for comment & crit

    Interesting, thanks Dudley. Iím doing my first Pelagic trip on the 5th June, also out of Durban. Going to be loading up on Stugeron.
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    Re: Trip Report - Khutse 2021

    Excellent report, thanks Jay. Great to see you taking your youngster out into the bush, looks like you all had a ball.
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    Re: Ineos Grenadier revealed!!

    Matt, in your efforts to make the Grenadier as expensive as you can you are missing one main point. 40k GBP is the retail price in the UK and includes 20% VAT. You also need to deduct the dealership...
  19. Re: Zimbabwe - Hwange & Mana - from Johannesburg - 2021

    For the reasons Tom stated I would postpone. Only fly-in tourists allowed into Zim at the moment.
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    Re: CKGR - Camp and Road conditions

    1, No problem, roads in that area arenít really sandy but can get muddy.
    2. Long drop and a bucket shower.
    3. BYO water.
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    Re: Tiger fishing recommendations

    Hennie, Iím not sure to be honest. I see there are 50 species found in the river, but for me tigers would be the main attraction. Youíd probably have much better yellow fishing elsewhere.
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    Re: Tiger fishing recommendations

    Look up Pongola River Company, definitely on my bucketlist.
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    Re: Tiger fishing recommendations

    Iíve heard that the fishing below the Jozini dam wall is fantastic, look at that as an option.
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    Re: Our first overlanding trip

    To dovetail Stanís comments, KISS (keep it simple, stupid).

    Youíll work out that the simpler you make every aspect of your trip, the more youíll enjoy it.
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    Re: Moar Southern Namibia (Again)

    If you zoom in you can actually see the entrance hole in the centre of the structure.
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    Re: Ineos Grenadier revealed!!

    I really don't get this obsession with pricing.

    They have given an indicator pricing of 40k GBP, that's merely a target. It's likely to change given how commodity prices have increased in the last...
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    Re: Moar Southern Namibia (Again)

    Thanks Ian, really enjoying this.

    I agree with Stan, Hamerkop nest.
  28. Thread: Camping in snow

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    Re: Camping in snow

    How was the fishing?
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    Re: Camping in snow

    Iíve been to Sutherland in the sleet / snow, and it wasnít pleasant (I was on a bike and staying in a B&B). I hope youíre factoring the wind into your decision because it howls through there.
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  30. Thread: Beit Bridge

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    Re: Beit Bridge

    I think you are confusing this with Gorongosa in Mozambique.
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    Re: Lower Lotheni road - conditions

    Friends of mine drove it on Saturday and didnít moan. Itís normally in decent condition, especially for a setup like yours.

    Itís a district road with no private access, so donít worry about it....
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    Re: Sodwana Kosi Jozini road conditions

    Donít forget to look out for the speed humps on the Hluhluwe / Manguzi road, theyíre more dangerous than the potholes, cows, goats and pedestrians.

    The roads are fine if you drive within...
  33. Thread: Beit Bridge

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    Re: Beit Bridge

    Not at the moment, sorry.
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    Re: Warning - Hyena inside Lower Sabie camp

    The fences are there to keep the humans in, not the animals out.
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    Re: Warning - Hyena inside Lower Sabie camp

    You saved your mother-in-law?
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