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john n poppy
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Unread post by john n poppy » Sat Jul 12, 2008 9:35 am

Hi all,

Just been flicking through ' the kruger-A supreme african wilderness' by Bruce Aitken, a book i have found in my dads possesions.

A coincidence as it was printed in 1988, twenty years ago, from the year i am to make my trip.

Its interesting to look at the images of the camps and maps and see what has changed...No biyamati, but the majority of the park looks unchanged...is this what makes it so special?

john
NO to permanent tents erected in campsites of pretoriuskop and malelane

KTP August 2017..... my first visit :big_eyes:
KNP April 2018.....bush and bugs


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