Curtis Guise

Mar 22, 2001
Oceanside, CA
Halfway Through the Race and Teams Continue to Drop Like Flies
By WESTx1000
Coming to Africa is a special affair for most Americans. Only a dream, nearly impossible if you ask the average Joe or Jane. But being in a site like the North West region for instance – among the countrymen, eating local fare like Pap and Roostekoek, witnessing the spectacular wildlife – incites wicked desires to drop everything and make a pilgrimage to the origin of man. So, what better way is there to immerse yourself in exotic indulgences than racing a rally raid through the widest stretch of bundu in the country? Offering a diverse spread of cultural experiences, voyages to the most isolated areas South Africa can provide. A true test of wit, wisdom, senses, psychology and skill. The whole package in one place. And that place, the Kalahari Desert, doesn’t disappoint. A masterpiece of color, texture and a stillness so vibrant it moves you. It’s obvious organizers did their best to include...

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