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Coriolistic Anachronisms

   

Bound for South Africa via Amsterdam

As longitudes and latitudes are crossed and mixed once more, this blog is going to dive into a short hibernation. There might be a brief update or two from the road, wi-fi permitting, but otherwise I will see you all on the other side, not even 10 days from now.

This is not a photo trip and I don’t expect too many landscape opportunities, but Cape Town is incredibly photogenic and even on a social outing, one eventually finds scenes to aim a camera at. And then of course, there will be a chameleon update. Stay tuned.

2 Comments

  • Barbara

    Your photos made me shiver! I fly this route often, and have never been lucky enough to see these spectacular scenes (I always sit on the aisle) but might reconsider next time I leave Europe for Cape Town. They are magnificent. I might just save one and use it as my wallpaper…………………………
    Thank you.

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    Comment logged on 2012-12-21
    • Vince

      Hi Barbara,

      Sorry for the late reply, this comment had somehow escaped my undivided attention! ;-)

      Glad you liked the pictures. If you are flying during the day and the weather is good (it should normally be in that area) I highly recommend a window seat. But you can also do what I did and go the the back, there are usually a couple of exit door windows and it lets you stretch your legs…

      Best,

      Vince

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      Comment logged on 2013-1-7

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