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Bridge over Groot River with Geoff Brink
South Africa

Bridge over the Groot River, near Plettenberg Bay on the Garden Route. We met up with Geoff Brink who is riding 1700 km across South Africa, Durban to Cape Town on a Unicycle!

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Uploaded: 14/02/2010
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