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29.01.04 Prologue and Ngorongoro crater
05.02.04 The Crater Highlands
12.02.04 The Serengeti
19.02.04 Vikings on Lake Victoria
26.02.04 Culture in the Coffee Bushes
04.03.04 Climbing Kilimanjaro - the Ups and the Downs
11.03.04 Port Life
18.03.04 Spicey Times in Stonetown
25.03.04 Green Sprout and a Farewell to Tanzania
01.04.04 Townships, Tables and Proposals
08.04.04 Franschoek and Windhoek; Wine and Musical Chairs
15.04.04 Townships, Desert and a Ring
22.04.04 Cheetahs, Scorpions and feeling 'dikbak'
29.04.04 Seals, The Elusive Desert Elephant and Chocolate Cake
06.05.04 Hitching, Driving and Camping with Hyenas
13.05.04 A Boer Bull, Table Tennis and a Deceased Guinea Fowl
20.05.04 Jo'burg, Pretoria, KwaNdebele and Durban
10.06.04 Hluhluwhe, Cathedral Peak and Playing rugby with rhinos
24.06.04 Epilogue

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