Where in the World is AH Cap?

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  1. eldondo

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    Where in the World is AH Cap?

    St. George New Brunswick Canada while bear hunting...

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    Post your AH Cap pictures at a road signs or airports at home or while traveling all around the world, NOT AT BORDER CROSSING, I learned that the hard way of being a stupid tourist going into Mozambique, Guards with AK-47 in your face trying to take your camera is something you DON’T forget. I proved to them that I erased the pictures… it made them mad, because they wanted the camera.

    Looking forward to your pictures.
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    We're back from a 2 and half month trip to Africa... this was more
    of an R&R trip then hunting!

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    Venetia Diamond Mine in South Africa. The Venetia Diamond Mine is South Africa's largest producer of diamonds. It is situated close to the South African town of Alldays in the Limpopo province and is located within the 360 square km Venetia Limpopo Nature Reserve. The open-pit mine is one of De Beers six remaining diamond mines in South Africa and the only major diamond mine to be developed in the country during the past 25 years. As such, the mine represents one of De Beers single biggest investments in South Africa. The mine was opened in 1992 by Harry Oppenheimer, a former De Beers chairman.

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    Town of Musina South Africa. Musina is the northernmost town in the Limpopo province of South Africa near the Limpopo River border to Zimbabwe. It has a population of between 20,000 and 40,000. The link with Zimbabwe has become one of the busiest roads in the world and the busiest in Africa, due to black market importers from Zimbabwe and people looking for employment. This is mainly due to thousands crossing (and fleeing) the border into South Africa every day. According the New York Times, in January 2009 Musina had a shifting population of about 15,000 foreigners, overwhelmingly Zimbabweans, many of whom lived in a refugee camp at the showground or in the streets.

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