Fly Fishing Remote Rhodes, South Africa

May 31, 2010 By: Marshall Cutchin

Bushmen paintings Drakensberg

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“The local Wild Trout Association can put you on more than 350km of pristine streams rippling through the high, far-southern Drakensberg. The only other souls you may rub shoulders with are the ghosts of the Bushmen who, while leaving no tracks, decorated their cliff-cave homes with visions of a lost world.”
Paul Curtis describes a trip to South Africa’s wild East Cape, which, he says, is “a little like Dullstroom used to be before the developers moved in.” On TimesLive.co.za.

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