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10 Ways to Use a Kuduzela
By Kate Collins and Tamlin Wightman
During the buzz of soccer fever, sales of Kuduzelas will no doubt peak. But what to do with the noisy buggers in between matches and once soccer fever is over? Here are ten inventive things to do with your Kuduzela:
(Please note: we accept no responsibility for any injuries incurred from actually attempting any of these)
GO WILD: Ultimate 2010 activities
Check out Kate’s must-do activities to try in 2010
Up-close with rhino
There’s something brilliant about the early morning bush.
Lunch with His Majesty
“I feel like a stranger in my own home,” Mike, my guide for the weekend says as we make our way through the gates of the Hlane Royal National Park.
Red-brown mountains and impalas
From the sky the land and mountain ranges are dusty brown and red.
I’ve never seen it like this before. Long queues of cars are piled outside the gates to the West Coast National Park.
I last visited Polokwane four years ago.
Lost in the suburbs
I think my eyes are deceiving me.
Twenty-eight new arrivals
The African penguins at Boulders are everywhere
Stranded on Long Beach
Freewheeling through fynbos land
My friends Amie and Andy go on regular jogs through the West Coast National Park and come back telling me about the many tortoises they have seen and the ostriches that run along side them.
Trekking with donkeys
After sipping on delicious wines at Boplaas we are off on our next adventure – the Donkey Trail.
Walking in the Gamkaberg
"Silence – this is why people come to Gamka," says Tom Barry, the conservation manager of Gamkaberg Nature Reserve.