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The accommodation at Ganora Farm where we spent the first night of our road trip was lovely. Here are a few pictures of doors and scenes from around the farm:
We went on a tour to see the Bushman paintings on the farm. These are a few pictures:
If you’d like to read a bit more about Bushman art, you can do so here: https://writingtoberead.com/2022/01/26/dark-origins-african-myths-and-legends-the-san-previously-bushmen-part-1/
During the Second Anglo Boer war, the family was taken captive by the British. All except one son who escaped and lived under the rocky overhangs on the farm for three months before he to was captured and sent to a prison of war camp. During his time in hiding, he created some etchings which still survive: