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ROADTRIP!!!!!!!! In South-Africa

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Waiting for Summer!!!
May 28, 2002

I'm planning to go on a roadtrip in December. I want to drive from Cape Town to Sodwana along the Coast of South-Africa, sleeping in my tent and diving and spearfishing along the way. Might also do some fishing.

Can anybody give me some more info of the Wild Coast and Natal.
The names of the places and the licences required and if you are in a generous mood also a description of the places where I can dive.

I will start a new thread to with all the info. People from overseas will also be able to print out the info and use it.

Thanks a lot

Renier , during summer you will have a hard time finding clear water in Transkei ; it's BROWN with runoff . Also VERY sharky ...:D Look for a place called Umsikhaba , went there in '84 and had a hell of a time .
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