About this site.

Lani is the name given to our latest Landy and we hope to have many adventurous travels with her.

Charmain and I have been on quite a few ‘adventures’ but have never consolidated our travels in one place.

This will be an attempt to share it with all our friends and family as well as anybody that wants to follow our travels.

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Our background colour has been changed to the colour of the Year, called Serenity.

Pantone.

A refreshing and revitalising shade, Greenery is symbolic of new beginnings.

Greenery is a fresh and zesty yellow-green shade that evokes the first days of spring when nature’s greens revive, restore and renew. Illustrative of flourishing foliage and the lushness of the great outdoors, the fortifying attributes of Greenery signals consumers to take a deep breath, oxygenate and reinvigorate.

Greenery is nature’s neutral. The more submerged people are in modern life, the greater their innate craving to immerse themselves in the physical beauty and inherent unity of the natural world. This shift is reflected by the proliferation of all things expressive of Greenery in daily lives through urban planning, architecture, lifestyle and design choices globally. A constant on the periphery, Greenery is now being pulled to the forefront – it is an omnipresent hue around the world.

A life-affirming shade, Greenery is also emblematic of the pursuit of personal passions and vitality.

13 Comments

13 thoughts on “About this site.

  1. Jurie wessels

    Thanks for sharing

  2. my broer Theuns Boshoff het link gestuur, was die argitek van die lodge Tenahead. Paul

    • Haai Paul,
      ongelooflikke plek. Theuns het vir my ‘n foto gestuur terwyl dit nog in aanbou was. Met jou toestemming sal ek dit graag op die website wil bysit.
      Deel gerus ander staltjies rondom die bou.

      Groetnis
      Louis

  3. With reference to the plastic fuel tank. I have one. You can have it, or, take some advice. It has a breather, covered with a valve cap. It leaks!! Should you buy one, it really works well but attach a length of fuel pipe to it and put a rather big plastic fuel filter in line. Keep the filter upright and let it vent to the outside if at all possible. The filter will prevent gushes of fuel finding its way out of the pipe.
    Mine has been through East Africa right up to lake Victoria and it still works.

    • Neels,
      baie dankie. Ek waardeer die offer. Ek sal kontak maak met jou nader aan einde van jaar om te hoor waar die tenk is en of jou offer nog staan.
      Groetnis
      Louis

  4. Frans

    Very nice … will be following you… and all the best with your next travel. ..

  5. Arista

    Hallo ek en my man beplan ‘n toer na Namibia in April/Mei 2017 – het julle fotos baie geniet !

    Hoe maklik was die grenspos kruising by Mata-Mata.

    Groete Arista van Jaarsveld van Port elizabeth

    • Haai Arista,
      baie maklik om deur die grens te gaan.
      ‘n Paar punte om in gedagte hou.
      Van hierdie website af:

      https://tracks4africa.co.za/listings/item/w139562/mata-mata-border-control-namibia-08h00-16h30/

      Namibia’s daylight saving time (GMT+1) is from the first Sunday of April to first Sunday in September. (ie. The times specified will then be an hour earlier). The border post between the Republic of Namibia and the Republic of South Africa at Mata Mata was opened on 12th October 2007. The nearest town to this border is Koës. Only bona fide tourists to the Park can use the access facility between South Africa and Namibia. Tourists are required to stay over for two nights in one or more of the overnight facilities of the Kgalagadi Transfrontier Park, Tourists from Namibia may make use of the new entrance to Kgalagadi, as a day or overnight visitor access point without checking in with the border officials at Twee Rivieren as long as they return to Namibia. If, however, a tourist leaves the Park to go in to South Africa or Botswana they will have to go to the passport control at Twee Rivieren. Payments can be done in South African Rand at the Border and in Namibia itself. Tourists crossing into Namibia make sure you have a ‘ZA’ sticker on your car if travelling from South Africa, which can be purchased at a ‘AA’ agent or at outdoor retailers. On entering Namibia you will need to pay a road levy of R154 per trailer and R242 per vehicle.

  6. Natasha

    Opsoek na land rover beursie en hempde te koop,help asb!! Natashacoetzee54@gmail.com

  7. Dirk

    Trying to have a peek at gour travels…

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