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We have added FACEBOOK album  below so you should be able to view the pictures even if you havent got a FACEBOOK account. We’ll do our best to keep these as up to date as possible. © All imagery Morgan Safari 2013

Australia Facebook Album

SOUTH AFRICA

South Africa Facebook Album

LESOTHO

Lesotho Facebook Album

NAMIBIA

Namibia Facebook Album

BOTSWANA

Botswana Facebook Album

ZAMBIA

Zambia Facebook Album

ZIMBABWE

Zimbabwe Facebook Album

MILAWI

Milawi Face Book Album

TANZANIA

Tanzania Face Book Album

RWANDA

Rwanda Face Book Album

UGANDA

Uganda Face Book Album

KENYA

Kenya Face Book Album

ETHIOPIA

Ethiopia Face Book Album

SUDAN

Sudan Face Book Album

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  1. Mike and Lyn Rodgers #

    Gooday, Glad to see everything is going well cannot wait for the book and movie all the best Mike and Lyn xx

    09/30/2013
    • Thanks Guys, things are still going well. I put the wire you gave us to good use this week fixing an exhaust mount.

      Hope you guys are well.

      10/01/2013
  2. Hi Guys
    We are 2 Aussies who have been following your trip as last year we did pretty much the same route from Cape Town to London in our LR Defender and this year have just completed another 15,000kms around Europe (Scandanavia and Estonia etc). Our Landie is now on its way back from the UK and we are back in OZ (Torquay) – trying to settle down to “normal ” life. So jealous of you where are (somewhere in Malawi it seems)? See you liked De Hoop Nature Reserve and Lesotho? So did we. The whole expedition was a trip of a lifetime for us and everything went well. Africa gets in your blood though!
    Good luck with everything – especially when you get to North Africa/Egypt etc.
    Stan & Marianne Rogers http://www.tincaninafrica.com

    10/13/2013
    • Stan & Marianne,

      Hi, it’s good to hear from you and great to hear that you enjoyed your European trip so much. We haven’t managed to follow that trip as closely but we loved your Africa blog. We couldn’t wait for the next instalment.

      We contacted you a few times to ask questions about the trip and you were very helpful with them so thanks again. We even have a copy of your blog and a few others printed out in the car for reference. It’s been really helpful.

      We are having an amazing time and and I totally understand you saying “Africa gets in your blood”, we will definitely come back! There is so much to see and do here but I guess a lot will have to wait till next time. We are now in the Serengeti.

      Hope you settle back into life soon, we wonder if things will be the same again after doing this trip!

      R&S

      10/13/2013
  3. Now that you mention it, I do remember your questions a year or so ago. Its great to hear our blog has been of use. Enjoy the Serengeti! Hopefully some of the Wildebeest migration is still on? It was one of our trip’s highlights.
    Trust us, things will never be quite the same after your trip – and you will have difficulty getting other people to understand and relate to your experiences.
    All the best! S & M

    10/15/2013
    • Stan

      Yes the blog has been a great help. We did see the migration and actually drove right through it! The roads in the Serengeti were terrible though and managed to cause a bit of damage to the car. Everyone we met there was having car trouble because of the corrugations. Shame as it did detract from what was an amazing spectacle. For $220 a day we would have hoped for slightly better roads!

      10/16/2013
  4. Yep. It’s all those 1000’s of safari vehicles roaring up and down the road with their (often only one or two) guests paying far upwards of $220/day that cause the corrugations. Putting too much of the money back into the roads would no doubt impact on the President’s beer fund unacceptably?

    10/17/2013
  5. Esther Evans #

    Hi Richard we met on the train last night what can I say you are an inspiration and it was a pleasure and a joy talking to you. Best wishes Esther Evans (any litlle Morgan yet?)

    10/11/2015

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