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Lachlan’s Biltong Broth

Lachlan's Biltong Broth

Lachlan came up with this surprisingly delicious concoction one cold night while we were on the Otter Trail. As you carry everything that you need for five days (your sleeping bag, clothes, cooking paraphernalia and food) you have to pack light and this means living off a schoolboys dream diet of powdered food stuffs and noodles! I am not sure if we will indulge in Lachlan’s Biltong Broth in the near future, but I can tell you that after a challenging day, wading waist deep through fast flowing rivers and hiking up and down the Tsitsikamma Forest’s coastal valleys, this well and truly hits the spot!


The Otter Trail

The Otter Trail

The Otter Trail is a five day, 42km hike in the indigenous Tsitsikamma Forest by a breathtaking untouched coastline. You sleep in wooden huts with no electricity or mobile phone reception and for five days all you hear is the sound of the ocean and the incessant insect hum of the bush. Hailed as one of the World’s most beautiful hikes, this was the opportunity of a lifetime.


Otter Trail Pack List

Otter Trail Pack List

Gil Bauman has done the Otter Trail so many times that he has lost count! He has very kindly allowed us to publish his Otter Trail Pack List which has been finely honed over the years to cover all eventualities while being as light as possible.


Tails from Driehoek

Tails from Driehoek

Braving the leopards with Bow Wow, a.k.a. Leopard Bait, at Driehoek in the heart of the Cederberg. We meet an excited bushman and Zulu, a dog with two tails. Bow Wow pretends to like cuddles.


Beaverlac

Beaverlac

Getting to grips with Afrikaans, camping and constellations. We discover that Bow Wow is half otter in Beaverlac’s crystal pools and that you can take the dog out of the township but you can’t take the township out of the dog.


WE ♡ CT

WE ♡ CT

We are finally hitting the road after several delays so we thought we’d leave you with a few photos of our favourite experiences from this wonderful city. Recently whilst taking Bow Wow to be micro-chipped, we met Dr. Hamish Currie. He will be helping us with any doggie requirements we may need. We also plan to support his charity, ‘Back to Africa’.


Bow Wow’s Distinguishing Features

Bow Wow’s Distinguishing Features

Learn more about Bow Wow and his distinguishing features…


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