The last week of my overland tour flew by (actually the entire tour did) there were things I didn’t like but they were outweighed by the things that I did. There is no better way to see (physical) Africa…..and certainly no other way to cheaply see all that I did. Was it the most comfortable ? In 3 words, yes and no. I became quite used to camping out, pitching a tent, and sleeping in a sleeping bag. Luckily and thankfully the trip wasn’t at full capacity so I could have my own tent. The food, though monotonous, was edible and they always had a vegetarian/non-red meat eater option to choose from. Breakfast and lunch were simple toast/sandwiches, but dinner was always hot with vegetables, rice, pasta, meat/fish etc. The truck itself was comfortable, then again we were only 11 out of a total capacity of 30. The tour itself was very well organized by Emma, the tour leader. Cooking and driving were taken care of by 2 Kenyans, Franco and Steve. I was kind of at a loss when we arrived in Cape Town on Saturday. Sunday was a bit boring due to weather (heavy rain). I rented a car on Monday AM and drove to Hermanus up the coast. Sadly more rain, so no whale sightings yet. Tomorrow I will probably head back to the Stellenbosch area and Friday I will go to Durban and then to the Drakensburg Mountains……Thanks again for looking and commenting !