Nieu Bethesda. Sunset over the Valley and our Weekend.

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Nieu Bethesda. – After a full day of getting to know the locals, we headed up to the lookout point overlooking the valley, the village below and the Compassberg Mountain in the distance.

We lit a fire for comfort despite the warm weather and cracked open a bottle of bubbly to be enjoyed with some local cheese. A contemplative moment. The sense of belonging. The desire to live here. At least for a few months a year.

Thank you all in Nieu Bethesda for accommodating us, for your time and generosity. We will continue to spread the Karoo love!

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Chris and Jeffrey, who we had the pleasure of meeting at the guest house.

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And to my travel companions too. Above, Eden and I.

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