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    The temperature during the early afternoon in September was something 40 degrees celsius, but it was dry, totally dry and very pleasant. Nothing much else to do than look over a dried lake, and hav...
    May 6, 2012

    Bitterpan desert camp, Kgalagadi, South Africa

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    • Niki Whittam

      Bitterpan desert camp, Kgalagadi, South Africa A strange and isolated place - magical!

    • Olli Laasanen

      Bitterpan desert camp, Kgalagadi, South Africa

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