Papkuilsfontein Guest Farm for a walk, swim and further explore.

Papkuilsfontein is a special place, one I’m lucky enough to have been to at different times of year, mostly staying in the Gert Boom two bedroom cottage. As seen below in the early morning light. Its glorious big sky country this.

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The view from the cottage towards the working farm land.

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The giant blue gums that offer plenty of shade and an ideal place to hang the hammock.

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Family graves we came across on the way to the rock pool.

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The rock pool catching the evening sun, what a gift on a hot Summer’s day. Especially after a 6km circuit walk with my clients. Also some of the Rock Art found on the farm.

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The Canyon is a must see, here it changes colors in the evening light.

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With Incidental Travel clients and friends that I was accompanying, Andy and Pauline, what a treat.

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