My second home is a tourist’s paradise

Although I first left the Philippines for Zambia in 1986 as a teenager, it was only in 1993 when I became a permanent resident of Africa.  Being a local in Africa has its perks especially for someone who is an eternal tourist at heart.  This is simply to give you a little taste of Africa, South Africa specifically.

The following photographs are not professionally taken, and definitely not for commercial purpose.  They have been taken by a local South African on vacation (mostly me), using a point and shoot, even a mobile phone.  Thus, I can confidently say that you need nothing special to experience what you see.

Cape Town 01
Cape Town’s Table Mountain
Cape Town Sunset
Cape Town Sunset
Last of Drakensberg's snow
Last of Drakensberg’s snow
Golf on the Drakensberg
Golf on the Drakensberg
KZN Midlands
KZN Midlands (picture taken by a friend)
KZN North Coast - Zimbali
KZN North Coast – Zimbali
KZN South Coast - San Lameer
KZN South Coast – San Lameer (picture taken by my son)
Three Rondavels, Mpumalanga
Three Rondavels, Mpumalanga
Wildlife on a golf course in Hans Merensky, Limpopo
Wildlife on a golf course in Hans Merensky, Limpopo
Kruger National Park's Buffalos
Kruger National Park’s Buffalos
Kruger National Park's Elephant
Kruger National Park’s Elephant
Kruger National Park's Elephants
Kruger National Park’s Elephants
Kruger National Park's Lion
Kruger National Park’s Lion
Kruger Park Lodge's wildlife
Kruger Park Lodge’s wildlife
Pancake, a South African favorite
Pancake, a South African favorite
Fine food in the Cape winelands
Fine food in the Cape winelands

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