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Eating words and Indigestion The world speaks to me and swallowing its words gives me indigestion, so i tell all its secrets

The extremes of the ‘Cape to Cairo route’

SOUTH AFRICA | Saturday, 22 Oct 2011 | Views [668]

South Africa displays the extremes between the pleasures of its beauty and the misery of its lowly in a way that makes one believe that the universe is as it should be. Otherwise how could magnanimous stretches of ... Read more >

Tags: cape town, karoo, soweto


Photos: NAHOON BEACH, EAST LONDON

SOUTH AFRICA | Friday, 14 Oct 2011 | Photo Gallery

beautiful shots of the ovely nahoon beach. it has warm waters ans is often a haven for surfers
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How to survive Johannesburg Bus and Train Station

SOUTH AFRICA | Tuesday, 11 Oct 2011 | Views [3858] | Comments [1]

Crowds are a magnet for vile opportunists and fortune hunters who have intentions of making quick cash by cheating and robbing clueless travelers. Bus stations, train stations and airports are full of such people. They thrive on the sensory ... Read more >


When Parliamentarians pick up Hikers

BOTSWANA | Monday, 10 Oct 2011 | Views [570]

Good sense has taught me to boot luck and fate into a locked closet labeled ‘for the happy-go-lucky misfits’, somewhere in the back of my mind. Luck and fate I believe, are tools often abused, much like the name of God by agnostics whose state ... Read more >

Tags: botswana, gaborone, public transport, tlokweng


The Ancient is not always priceless

BOTSWANA | Monday, 10 Oct 2011 | Views [386]

My expedition into Molepolole, the birth place of Chief Sebele in Botswana, feels like a long walk through the dusty pages of history that might soon turn into a reality show with all its bizarre weather conditions but, without the color-... Read more >

Tags: ancient, borakalalo, botswana, gaborone, kgosi bathoen, kgosi khama, kgosi sebele, mall, molepolole


Kasi Restaurant

SOUTH AFRICA | Wednesday, 23 Feb 2011 | Views [445]

Trapped between the steam of the huge pot and the smoking firewood from her makeshift stove, the woman stirring the stew beside the road is an indistinct blur which but for her praise song of ‘The strengthening affordable stew’ , my ... Read more >

Tags: on the road, south africa, township, travel


I am Human, what are you?

SOUTH AFRICA | Friday, 3 Dec 2010 | Views [386]

The world is understable to all but me. Is it insanity that I can't find anything that makes sense in life? I oftentimes enquire of myself . I wnat to understand the nature of man: His greed, temperance, deceitfulness and kindness. The ... Read more >

Tags: freedom, journeys, life, mysterries, travel


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