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When I first began my travels in Southern Africa I had a very old moth-eaten Ford Cortina bakkie (pickup). The vehicle took a lot of amused comments from friends but I would ask them if their beautiful motors had ever driven to Katimo Mulilo. 829 more words


This is a work of fiction. Trigger warning.

A special purchase.
He looked at his worn leather wallet just like a homeowner before moving out. A sort of gratitude, and an epiphany: life (valuable) in the material world (fragile) is transient. 1,022 more words


I bless the rains down in Africa

Plans change when you travel. Certainly for me anyway, especially during my recent trip to Southern Africa. You just need to adapt and reorganise yourself. Such was the case in Botswana when I visited the Okavango Delta near Maun. 691 more words


Year One

        It is incredible how quickly time passes us by. It’s been exactly a year since I’ve landed here in Botswana with my family.  In the words of Charles Dickens, “It was the best of times, it was the worst of times…”  This has been the best worst year ever. 348 more words


Pangolin Option Extended to Acquire Ownership in Orapa AK10, a 6 Hectare Diamondiferous Kimberlite Pipe And Shareholder Update

TORONTO, ONTARIO (March 20, 2019) – Pangolin Diamonds Corp. (TSX-V: PAN) (the “Company” or “Pangolin”) is pleased to update its shareholders on its recent activity at its kimberlite diamond projects in Botswana, Africa. 1,514 more words

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Cee's Fun Foto Challenge-Shadows


Shadows from Geelong and Botswana.

A few years ago I stopped to take photos of this church

not realising it was covered by

the shadow from a nearby tree. 37 more words