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Bulbine mesembryanthoides (part 3 of 3)

Subspecies namaquensis differs from its sibling by having no more than two leaves, one of which is usually inconspicuous.
The inflorescence is shorter (5-10 cm tall) and always single and the filaments have a double tuft of hairs. 16 more words


A writing adventure completed ...

My latest ebook, The Road Winding Among the Mountains—Story of an Epic Bicycle Journey to the Richtersveld Mountain Desert, has finally been published. It is my second book, written in English. 124 more words


Day 7 - Richtersberg dust monsters

Destination: Richtersberg Campsite, Richtersveld National Park
Distance: 10km

After our 2 days at De Hoop we were excited to get moving again. There are two roads from De Hoop towards Richtersberg. 1,665 more words

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Day 6 - Lying low at De Hoop

As said before we decided to stay 2 nights at De Hoop because of what I have read and heard about the camp site. We took a walk down the river in the morning and came back to find our “neighbours” has left. 481 more words

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Richtersveld - day 5 - De Hoop

Destination: De Hoop Campsite, Richtersveld National Park
Distance: 42km

Every morning we get up and fill our flask with strong coffee, cream and milk. The trip does no continue without this. 910 more words

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Richtersveld - day 4 - Into the Richtersveld

Destination: Potjiespram Campsite, Richtersveld National Park
Distance: 357km

Leaving Goegab we stopped in Springbok to get some fresh supplies like salad for our braai to come.. 1,022 more words

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Richtersveld - day 3 - The cold desert

Distance: 333km
Destination: Goegab Nature Reserve – Springbok

Today we left at about 07:00 after saying goodbye to our new friends. Johannes told us we should definitely stop in Pofadder at the garage to eat something.  1,172 more words

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