Futuristic lodge after Durban
Thanks for the coalbag, but I won't carry it.
Salt Rock beach after Durban. The next time where Ill see the ocean would be in Tanzania. So to take a bath was obvious.
The coalbag ended up as reading chair.
I hope that no one of these old truck tires will blow up next to me.
Sugarcane fields are all over after Durban.
Work is finished on the sugarcane fields.
Setup a market is forbidden here.
Cutted trees from wood plantations are carried to the harbor. They said they were exported to China.
...or maybe to the next coal powerstation. Southafrica has quite a few of them. More than nuclear power stations.
They gatter honey in the forest and sell them next to the road.
MiamMiam…What a refresher snack in the middle of the afternoon.
Sometimes a have luck when someone offer me a place like this.
First spotted big anmial in the Hluluwe National Park. It seems he's still a bit tired early in the morning.
They have some friendly Chameleons in their gardens :-)
Some Africans like hunting and the most of them are big meat eaters.
We meet us in front of the Swazilandborder in the National Park there.
Zebras near my campground.
Sometimes there are bushfires.
This tire is still useable, but for me it looks like more a racing tire and not one for a taxi.
Potholes you found here are as big as small mooncraters.
I guess it was an act of drinking water.
A typical dinner looks like this to fill up my batteries.
Warmwaterboiler for showers in the Hlane National Park.
A typical african braai. There can't be enough meet...
Of course I do a stretching session every morning before the start ;-)
His best friend is Roger Federer.
Its possible to enter by bike into the Hlane National Park, but beware of…
They carry hough amount of Pap, their daily food.
An improvised clothes store.
Ezulwini Valley before Mbabane in Swaziland.
Looks like Nascar racing track.
I miss again a suspension on my bike.
Yes my food tastes good ;-)
Friendly neighbours which invited me for dinner and breakfast. Thank you.
Genetic wheat testing fields. Hope Im not the end customer.
Ja Ja you can smile, thank you for the climb…
In some areas the winter is coming. Firewood is prepared and ready to sell it to freezing customers.
Sometimes I've no plan where I go, just heading north.
In this hemisphere its a wonder to find such a bridge. Thanks to the engineers.
Its not for passengers, but for transport stones which contains iron and gold out of the mountain area to nearly fabrics.
They're still digging for gold. In Babarton they started in 1884 when the first gold was discoverd there.