The New South African Treasure Hunt

NSATH 2015 100

It was fast. It was fun. It was clearly something people in our lovely country should do. And thanks to Kia SA for making it possible after my trusty SUV broke down just in time to not leave!

Read about the trip down memory lane – Part One and Part Two.

Despite all the bad news, we really are blessed with a beautiful land. And people.

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