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10 months 5 days ago #652492 by JaneK
Are you saying one of those branches from the Quiver tree is what gave you the flat? 


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10 months 5 days ago #652498 by Hassner
Pinkie, this is days later, 400km apart. 


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10 months 5 days ago #652510 by Frisco
Interesting looking tree.  Do you see a lot of cars on the road out there?

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10 months 4 days ago #652515 by Hassner
Frisco, like any road, it depends which road.
One gravel road might have a car a minute, one will not even have a car per hour.
I’ve been on some desert roads where you might pass a few cars for the day. 


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10 months 4 days ago #652532 by Amelia Wilson
So who helped you fix the wheels? 


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10 months 4 days ago #652552 by Hassner
I am male. :lol:  It is just nuts and bolts. 
The next town was 150km away. Just glad I did not need another tyre on that stretch of road. 


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10 months 4 days ago #652585 by James Sencil
Good call! Who were with you? 


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10 months 4 days ago #652597 by Hassner
Alone. 
One hour from home now. 
Nearly 3000km. 


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10 months 4 days ago #652606 by JaneK
fun fun fun

Do you guys have Starbucks there?


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10 months 3 days ago #652644 by Wyrick Photography
Starbucks are on ever corner of this Earth.  I'm sure they are at where he's at.  

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10 months 3 days ago #652646 by Hassner
We have a Seattle Coffee, a local that made it a lot lke Starbucks. When Starbucks planned to come to SA, they decided Seattle are better and cheaper, so too strong competition. Now, years later, I heard they might try again with about 3 stores in a year’s time. I tried Starbucks in Germany. Overrated! I did not see them in Poland, Vienna, Prague Budapest, Croatia, so maybe they are not everywhere. 
But good coffee was not in the very small towns where I went. This was in a very small town: 



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10 months 3 days ago #652651 by Mark Hossack
We get that here a lot in cafes. We've got Starbucks but I really prefer Costa. I find Starbucks to be quite bland.


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10 months 3 days ago #652660 by Hassner
As I stated before, Cape Town has the best voted coffee shop in the world.

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10 months 3 days ago #652661 by Joseph Raymonds
Don't like Starbucks either. Homemade is always perfect.


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10 months 3 days ago #652724 by Hassner
A good expresso machine is about half a month’s good salary. I do the plunger thing at home, but go out daily for good coffee. We are spoilt for choice. 


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