Judah Square. The Guide.

KnysnaOyster Festival. –  Davie Afrikaner. The man who brought Judah Square to life for me. I could listen to this man talk all day. Anecdotal accounts of life in the community, history, passion and intensity. And those dreads! Wish I had recorded the whole experience on film.

‘One Love’, peace and respect and much Irie.

Judah Square. Part 2. – A look at my guide Brother Zeb.

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These incredible dreads are a sign of pure dedication.

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The Balance of Creation.

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The Incidental Tourist is a Personal Travel Blog of a conscious traveller with a deep love for Africa, its people and the environment.

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