Cape Union Mart Sponsorship. #nomadgorillas

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#nomadgorillas. – Can you say spoiling?

Not only Travelinsure and Hi-Tec SA, but the legendary Cape Union Mart got behind the #nomadgorillas team too by supplying each of us with a very neat backpack. Best kit for all that we carried on that hike. Here are some pics from the main day, although they were used from start to finish and will remain firm fixtures on all future travel. Of that I am sure.

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At Bwindi Impenetrable Forest before departure. This the indicator that 7m must be allowed between us and gorillas. My K-Way bag packed and ready. What a colour too!

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Our porters on the Gorilla Trek walking ahead with our bags. Just love flying the SA brand.

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Walking into the forest.

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Coming down the mountain. Part of the #nomadgorillas team looking particularly pleased with ourselves. With Joseph C Lawrence, Kelly Berold and Chris Karsten.

A household name ever expanding into our lives with their expansive range, do have a look at their website and follow them on Twitter and Facebook. Thank you Penny at Cape Union Mart, what a pleasure to collaborate with you!

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