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Oct 09, 2009

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Wow! That sounds amazing. I'll definitely have to check that out at some point. Very well written and explained, Ali. Thank you for sharing your experiences so eloquently.

As quoted in article above "Hluhluwe Umfolozi Game Reserve at Kruger National Park", Hluhluwe Umfolozi Game Reserve is in Natal, not Kruger National Park,,,,,,,,,,

South Africa is a spectacular country. The culture, the people, places closer to nature and the flora and fauna everything plays a part. What I like in SA is Zambezi, the Voortrekker monument, the mine in the Vrystaat, shark diving in the cape town, a wild adventure through an exotic location of national parks and many more places that might be small but give you a brief about their culture and the beauty of the country. Traveling Africa is something that everyone should do in their lifetime.

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