DO’S AND DON’TS OF CAMP­ING WITH A GROUP

Land Rover AFRICA Magazine - - FEATURE -

Bring your own ta­ble; dump­ing your kit onto some­one else’s ta­ble is not go­ing to win you any friends. Like­wise, bring your own chair. Con­stantly sit­ting on your friend’s chair is a no- no.

Use your own ice. Bring your own rub­bish bag; do not se­cretly put your empty beer bot­tle in n some­one’s bin or bag. Just be­cause your friend has a nice MDV V@ SDQ S@ O fiSSDC SN SGD A@ BJ NE GHR De­fender doesn’t mean you can use it; we know you have your own. Wash your own dishes. Don’t dump your wash­ing up into some­one else’s wash basin and then ex­pect his wife ( or hus­band) to clean up for you. If you are go­ing to use your friend’s pot NQ O@ M, BKD@ M HS, NQ @ S KD@ RS Nf­fDQ SN CN RN. Es­pe­cially if he made break­fast for you. 3@ JD STQMR SN TRD TO SGD fiQDVNNC; CNM’S just dump all your bags next to the braai. We know it’s a has­sle to carry all that heavy wood around with you, but it’s a load ev­ery­one has to bear. A good idea is to use one bag of wood per ve­hi­cle per day. If you don’t have a shower cu­bi­cle or wind MDS, @ MC XNT G@ UD TRDC XNTQ EQHDMC’R, Nf­fDQ to help him fold and pack it away. Make sure you man­age your fridge prop­erly. Con­stantly open­ing and clos­ing the lid, or mis­man­ag­ing your ve­hi­cle bat­ter­ies will prob­a­bly re­sult in hav­ing to use your friend’s fridge half­way through the trip which is sure to strain re­la­tions. It is a good idea to leave warm drinks NTSRHCD NUDQMHFGS SN BNNK Nff ADENQD putting them into the fridge.

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