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Visiting Thailand and the limestone cliffs in Tonsai

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Visiting Thailand and the limestone cliffs in Tonsai

Written by Daryl-Leigh Preuss Have you travelled to Thailand yet? If not here is my experience and recommendation for you to travel there.  After two days of travelling, we finally arrived in Thailand. From the busy beach of Aunang, we took a long-tail boat to the secluded beach of Tonsai Bay. As you arrive and walk up the stairs, you are greeted by the friendly staff of the Freedom Bar; a small bar just off the beach with wooden decks, music and 200m high limestone cliffs towering above you.   After a mandatory drink at the bar, we settled into...

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Urban Downhill Mountain Bike

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Urban Downhill Mountain Bike

Get first person view as a downhill mountain biker takes to the streets of Manizales for a high speed decent through some sketchy street-side obstacles. Hold on to your keyboard and experience what it looks like to race like a champion  

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Amashova 65km Cycle Race

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Amashova 65km Cycle Race

By Natalie Dos Santos Last year I took part in my second Tsogo Sun AmaShova Durban Classic, cycling a full 65km with my GoPro Hero 3+ Silver strapped to my bike.    This race is one of the oldest classic cycle races in South Africa and offers a classic 106km race, 65km half challenge and a 35km fun ride with full road closures. The 106km from Pietermaritzburg to Durban follows a similar route to that of the Comrades Marathon. It’s a fantastic race for both beginners and advanced cyclists who are looking for a good challenge.   I started the 65km half...

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My First Stage Race Trail Run – The Cell C African X Trail Run

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My First Stage Race Trail Run – The Cell C African X Trail Run

By Cam "Cambo" Kernes This past weekend Warrick and I made our way down to the Cape to take part in our first ever stage race trail run called the Cell C African X Trail Run. African X is a three-day trail run that requires you to race with a partner so you can either enter as an all-girls team, all-mens team or a mixed team (Warrick and I entered the mixed team category). The race is based at Houw Hoek Inn a beautiful little spot in the Kogelberg Reserve in Grabouw and it is believed to be the oldest hotel in South...

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Zim Farmer Pries Huge Python From Bakkie

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Zim Farmer Pries Huge Python From Bakkie

Imagine opening up your car bonnet and finding a huge python curled up inside. There is footage of a Zimbabwean doing just that. He cautiously grabs the snake by its head and removes it from the warmth of the car engine. This isn't the first time we have heard stories of people finding huge snakes cuddling with the cars engine. Better watch out!    

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