Go wild in Kgalagadi


Denise Jack mulls over the attractions of the vast transfrontier park from her tent

The trip there is endless but, eventually, the sociable weavers’ nests signal the approach to the Kalahari.

The tedium of the journey is relieved somewhat by interpreting the shapes: lollipops, upside down exclamation marks, women’s formal dress mannequins; even altogether cruder ideas naughtily come to mind...

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