In Europe the rock art of our ancestors is generally in the form of cave paintings that are susceptible to damage by humidity from human breath and can only be preserved by denying public access. In Africa the art is under rock shelters and ledges with dry air circulating. It was therefore a thrill to be able to see the real thing after only being able to visit reproductions in France. Entry is a modest 40 R and then you follow the painted footsteps in a kind of treasure hunt to find all the sites and identity the rock art. It was a bit of a scramble in places but perfectly do-able even for someone with replaced and/or worn out joints. It's not essential to visit all 9 sites you can turn around at the halfway point if time, weather or energy levels are against you. The Travellers' Rest provided us with refreshments following our exertions. Despite overcast skies and taking plenty of water we were very hot and dusty on our return.
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