My name is Lodie de Jager. I live in Naboomspruit (Mookgophong) in the Limpopo region of South Africa.
End of 2003 I moved from Pretoria to Naboomspruit. The reason for my move was the increasing city traffic, which I see as a loss of life quality.
I love travelling, photography, writing and my Kawasaki KLR 650. The biggest experiences of my life were my three trips across Africa, of which two were on my KLR.
What was the biggest lessons that I learnt on my journeys across Africa?
1. There are more good people than bad people.
2. What you fear or expect to happen, is what is going to happen to you. For this reason I refuse to live a negative life.
My favourite country on the African continent? Sudan! Why? The friendliness of the people.
What is the piece of new “equipment” that I deem the most valuable on my 2012 trip? My Kindle e-book reader! How lovely that I can take thousands of books with (no I don’t do) at no extra weight!
If you have a pulse you have a purpose …