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Baie van die bome en plante is destyds deur Schalk van Wyk die voorheen verkeersbeampte geplant. Bly om te sien dit het so groot en mooi geword.
Dassiesfontein represents the spirit of true South African hospitality.
The perfect place to rest your legs while enjoying traditional, homemade South African cuisine, and what better than a cold beer or a cup of hot coffee to make it just that more enjoyable... www.dassies.co.za
During 1877 Thomas Bain constructed the road and the tunnel through the kloof. During 1931 the road was tarred
Soaring cliff walls with spectacular rock formations line the 25 km tarred road which winds along the floor of the gorge, crossing the Groot River 25 times.
The road through the Meiringspoort is a remarkable engineering feat, but the overwhelming features of a drive through Meiringspoort are the wonders of nature. The folds of the Table Mountain sandstone strata tower above the road, constantly changing colour as you move through sunlight and shade.
Wilgemond Farm - Meiringspoort - Swartberg Mountains - Western Cape
Nestling at the Northern foothills of the majestic Swartberg Mountain range close to the entrance of the spectacular Meiringspoort gorge, Wilgemond is a tranquil haven where you can relax at the pool beneath an endless sky and marvel at the breathtaking vistas, yet also experience the day to day life on a genuine working Karoo farm amidst vineyards, ostrich paddocks, fields of onion seeds and a splendid rose garden. Rustic and off the beaten track, Wilgemond is real and down to earth, offering the warm hospitality so unique to a South African farm. Visit http://www.gardenroute.de/wilgemond/ for more info.
Beautiful colours, and perfect composition.Voted!Best regards,sadass.
The purpose of Lesotho Highlands Water Project is primarily to supply water from Lesotho to the Pretoria-Witwatersrand-Vereeniging industrial region of South Africa. In addition, the hydroelectric scheme at Muela will supply enough electrical power to meet the needs of Lesotho.
The project consists of a number of dams, reservoirs and tunnels, and a hydroelectric scheme which will be constructed in four phases. Construction operations, if the project runs to completion, will last until around 2020. Phase IA commenced in 1987 and consists of the Katse Dam, a Transfer Tunnel from the impounded reservoir to Muela hydroelectric power station, the Muela Dam, and a Delivery Tunnel from the latter dam to the outfall on the Ash River, which is part of the Vaal River system. The tunnels total some 81 km in length.