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Pretoria, known as the Jacaranda city. I wish more places in South Africa looked like this.

Pretoria, known as the Jacaranda city. I wish more places in South Africa looked like this.

Jacaranda Trees, Pretoria | South Africa (by Alfy Digital Photos) | THE UT.LAB | Places to Go *

Jacaranda Trees, Pretoria | South Africa (by Alfy Digital Photos) | THE UT.LAB | Places to Go *

Mario Moreno  www.facebook.com/loveswish

Mario Moreno www.facebook.com/loveswish

not sure where, but sure is beautiful

not sure where, but sure is beautiful

Miriam Makeba: 81° anniversario della nascita

Miriam Makeba: 81° anniversario della nascita

Kruger National Park, South Africa. You can keep Paris. If I could only pick one place on the other side of the world to visit it would be somewhere in Africa.

How Ben Hogan Discovered His Secret

Kruger National Park, South Africa. You can keep Paris. If I could only pick one place on the other side of the world to visit it would be somewhere in Africa.

95.  Fare un giro di degustazioni a Franschhoek, una delle regioni vinicole più note del Sud Africa

Il mondo in cento viaggi: le esperienze da fare nella vita

95. Fare un giro di degustazioni a Franschhoek, una delle regioni vinicole più note del Sud Africa

To the right of the almighty Umponjwana toward KZN Drakensberg, South Africa

To the right of the almighty Umponjwana toward KZN Drakensberg, South Africa

The Voortrekker Monument: Dolos, koeksisters & SA pride - The monument, designed “…to stand for 1000 years …” was inaugurated on December 16 1949 to honour the less than 500 pioneers who held off an attack by 10000 of King Dingane’s warriors in 1838. It became known as the Battle of Blood River & December 16 the Day of the Vow (now Reconciliation Day) because the Voortrekkers promised God that should they be victorious, they would observe the day as one of thanksgiving.

The Voortrekker Monument: Dolos, koeksisters & SA pride - The monument, designed “…to stand for 1000 years …” was inaugurated on December 16 1949 to honour the less than 500 pioneers who held off an attack by 10000 of King Dingane’s warriors in 1838. It became known as the Battle of Blood River & December 16 the Day of the Vow (now Reconciliation Day) because the Voortrekkers promised God that should they be victorious, they would observe the day as one of thanksgiving.

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