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Trip Cape Cross Camping - Namibia

Postby Tiny Howarth » 01 Sep 2016 20:40

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26 August 2016 was a Public Holiday in Namibia, due to low work load, me and the wife decided on short decision that we will go camping and fishing in the Cape Cross area, the camping sites at Cape cross is excellent and I can recommend it to anybody, on our return after our fishing expedition during the camp sites where raked and refuge drums was emptied with fresh black refuge bags, also we had the privilege to watch rugby in the dungeon of the lodge, Ha Ha the sharks beat the bulls :woo: :clap: Also I must add the ablution blocks was clean and well maintained awesome :thumbup: :thumbup: and all this for 100bucks per person per night, I have added some pics, I hope you all enjoy......... TINY :oldtimer: :salute:
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Re: Trip Cape Cross Camping - Namibia

Postby Tiny Howarth » 01 Sep 2016 20:56

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Oops sorry will add other pictures soon........
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Re: Trip Cape Cross Camping - Namibia

Postby Tiny Howarth » 01 Sep 2016 20:59

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Re: Trip Cape Cross Camping - Namibia

Postby Tinus lotz » 01 Sep 2016 21:00

Lekke man were is the fish? :biggrin:
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Re: Trip Cape Cross Camping - Namibia

Postby Tiny Howarth » 01 Sep 2016 21:08

Tinus, to be honest we did not chase the fish, we concentrated on more value time together, spent some time at Canopy, Mile 89 and Trappies, couple of bites but no catch :biggrin: :biggrin: :biggrin: met a chap at Canopy that hauled estimated a 10kg steenbras early morning.
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Re: Trip Cape Cross Camping - Namibia

Postby Michael » 02 Sep 2016 05:34

Nice photos Graham, such a beautifull country.

Feels like yesterday when we were there
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Re: Trip Cape Cross Camping - Namibia

Postby Tiny Howarth » 02 Sep 2016 17:54

Yes true Michael time flies
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Re: Trip Cape Cross Camping - Namibia

Postby JoshJ » 03 Sep 2016 12:19

Baie mooi. Bly jul het geniet!!.
Being alive is a Blessing!!

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