We were taken to a replica village by a tractor-trailer and a short walk where we were shown how the Sans interpreted footprint and markings in the earth for tracking their fodder as well as how they make jewellery, clothing, fire, etc.
Lessons of a simple life
On the tour, we met a woman who said if we liked South Africa, we should definitely visit Namibia and her home country of Botswana. Hmmm, plans for the future?
Proud of her heritage
From one main highway to another, Bruce suggested we take an intrepid shortcut through Bain's Kloof Pass. The 18 km narrow winding road was cut into and through rugged mountains with truly spectacular scenery.
Approaching the Pass
Occasionally we would pass by a township where the poor were crammed together and made their home. They varied from pitifully decrepit to new government-built simple abodes. In any case, the distinct density promoted an appearance of segregation.
One of the nicer townships