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    Stan Julle moet dit geniet. Sal graag wil lees van al jul wedervarings. Lekker pak. Die dae raak nou min As jy sou verby Delmas ry. Laat weet ek bak spesiaal koeksisters!
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    Haraka haraka haina baraka.

    Safari njema, Stan and Anne.

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    Up early lots to do today.

    Craig the website is still a process, will be posting some photos soon.

    Elize, ek hoor dat dit amper die moeite werd is om die Delmas omrit te neem vir jou koeksusters!

    Jambo Wazungu, habari gani? Tutonana! Asante sana!
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    We will definitely be following your reports on your website and this thread. What an amazing journey you are undertaking. Truly the trip of a lifetime.
    Erica and I wish you safe travelling, and wonderful experiences.
    Rest assured that your Forum family is "travelling" alongside you all the way.
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    Default Your trip Stan

    All the best Stan
    Have a wonderful trip and well done on the web site.
    don't forget the carrot for the donkey.

    Cheers and happy travels
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    Here is to you having a great and safe trip Stan. All the very best. As has been said

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    Hi Anne and Stan,

    Wish you a wonderful trip..

    Maybe see you on the road..

    Cheers.

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    I only have one question:

    Are you taking the dogs with you?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apocalypse View Post
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    Good luck Stan!! Safe travels!! Looking forward to all the updates!

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    Hamjambo Stan na Anne

    Here's a good Swahili proverb for the "Punda nenda polepole"

    "Iwapo unataka kwenda haraka, nenda peke yako; iwapo mnataka kwenda mbali, nendeni pamoja."

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    Thanks everyone.

    Eric perhaps our paths will cross. I hope so.

    The Swahili proverb for the slow donkey is rather apt. "If you want to go quickly go alone, if you want to go far go together".

    I am going to have to look after my better half very well. I cannot afford a "take me home NOW!" (Not that it has ever happened before).
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    Enjoy!
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    May the road rise up to meet you.
    May the wind be always at your back.
    May the sun shine warm upon your face;
    the rains fall soft upon your fields
    and until we meet again,
    may God hold you in the palm of His hand.
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    Following with keen interest and much jealousy! All the best Mr Weakley!

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    Book marked the slow donkey site, looking forward to reading your updates. Wishing you safe and enjoyable travels.

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    Hi Stan, enjoy the travel.
    Sure as hell I will follow your reports, maybe I shouldn't plan a trip myself so not to miss your epic journey.

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    I just hope we don't disappoint with the reports bur certainly plan to visit interesting places. I just hope life does not become tooo interesting!
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    Stan/Anne
    Wishing you many wonderful places, people , experiences and a safe return.
    Looking forward to your special narratives.

    Be blessed!

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    This is what dreams are all about!Have a wonderful trip, keep safe and we will be following your reports with envy. Regards
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