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Day 56 – Dr Suffa.

Blog, Photos — By on November 17, 2012 9:32 am

This must be a first. A leisurely start to the day. Despite breakfast scheduled for what seems like midday, actually 8.30 (!), it is impossible to sleep through, even until 7am. The light streams through the window, the rooms heat up with the sun and we are simply in the habit of getting up with the sun rather than being chained to the watch or clock. So we loafed about, did a little shopping, wrote a few emails, cleaned our visors. All except for Sam and Gregg who sadly discovered a puncture in Greggs front tyre. We were musing about the effect this would have had on yesterday. It would have been far too dangerous to attempt that small final 40k road at night….more because of the elephants than the unseen ruts. Heyho it would have meant a night in the bush. Fortune favours the brave…and occasionally the foolhardy!

A 100 kliks and we stopped for coffee and chocolate cake. This may seem grounds for an HFTU award, but in our defence, it is the first coffee shop since South Africa and we did have a day yesterday. 

And, Super has made an appearance. He has been head guide at Jacks Camp, where we stay tonight, for the last 20 years. He entertained Clarkson and his entourage when they crossed the Makgadigadi for Top Gear. He is a colossas. A giant of a man. And a character to match. I am sure the next few days will be very entertaining. He has already taken a shine to Sam, Robin and myself as he considers us fully grown. I am afraid Tim and Charles were below his eyeline. 

We followed Super to Jacks Camp, as it is remote and difficult to find. After a little tar we moved on to unmade roads. Initially they were fine but as ever around here, the Kalahari creeps in. There were quite a few falls including a bad one for Gregg. He took quite a tumble. He was left trapped under his bike unable to move. Robin and I quickly extricated him and we took a breather. Tim was not a happy bunny and Nick had 3 falls….in boxing that would have been his lot. 

Then I managed to flip the bike and rather regrettably a quarter of a ton of BMW landed squarely on my foot on the steel footpeg. It was entirely self inflicted as I had been, as the boys would say, larking about. 

So whilst the chaps went on a game drive later in the afternoon, Gregg kindly accompanied me to the local hospital in a tiny town called Gweta, in the centre of nowhere. It was brand new, gleaming and friendly. Not at all what I expected in the bush. 

I was seen by a delightful doctor called Dr Suffa. Clearly he had a calling from an early age when he realised his name. 

An X ray later showed up a number of broken bones. Heyho, there is no such thing as a quiet day in the bush! J


  1. antipasti says:

    Just got back from Spain (no internet access) and rad about your mishap. I gather all good now. Jog on! xx

  2. Dan says:

    Sorry to hear about the broken bones, hope it doesn’t stop the fun!

  3. Jean-Daniel says:

    Sorry to read that!!..I should perhaps send you one of my snowboard shoes,..will help to go back on the bike!! Have a very good recovery.. jd

  4. Imelda says:

    1/4 ton! a number of broken bones! a wheelchair! HTFU

  5. Bill Madden says:

    Woops!! However Jim you still look cheerful following the ministrations of Dr Suffra. Bill

  6. Lindy says:

    So sorry to read about your broken foot …. At least the rest of you is alright x

  7. Richard says:

    What an inconvenience. I assume you will be having your boot modified to fit your new cast?