Updated 17. Oct 2016

01 Atlanta - Wilmington

02 Wilmington - New York

03 New York - Montreal

04 Montreal - Kuujjuaq

05 Kuujjuaq - Iquaulit

06 Iqualuit - Kangerlussuaq

07 Kangerlussuaq - Sisimiut

08 Sisimiut - Ilulissat

09 Ilulisat - Rekjavik

100 Dakar - Dakar

10 Reykjavik - Vagar

11 Vagar - Odense

12

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14 Odense - Zurich

15 Zurich - Corfu

16 Corfu - Adana

17 Adana - Tehran

18 Tehran - Isfahan

19 Isfahan - Karachi

20 Karachi - Mumbai

21 Mumbai - Colombo

22 Colombo - Phuket

23 Phuket - Penang

24 Penang - Kuala Lumpur

25 Kuala Lumpur - Jakarta

26 Jakarta - Denpasar

27 Denpasar - Broome

28 Broome - Darwin

29 Darwin - Ayers Rock

30 Ayers Rock - Adelaide

31 Adelaide - Melbourne

32 Melbourne - Sydney

33 Sydney - Hobart

34 Hobart - Queenstown

35 Queenstown - Christchurch

36 Christchurch - Napier

37 Napier - Rotorua

38 Rotorua - Auckland

39 Auckland - Tonga

40 Tonga - Pago Pago

41 Pago Pago - Kiritimati

42 Kiritimati - Hilo

43 Hilo - Honolulu

44. Honolulu - Hilo

45 Hilo - San Diego

46 San Diego - El Paso

47 El Paso - Corpus Christi

48 Corpus Christi - Cancun

49 Cancun - Chithen Itza

50 Chitchen Itza - Grand Cayman

51 Cayman Island - Jamaica

52 Jamaica - Aruba

53 Aruba - Isla Margarita

54 Isla Margarita - Cayenne

55 Cayenne - Natal

56 Natal - Cap Verde

57 Cap Verde - Mauritania

58 Mauritania - Marrakech

59 Marrakech - Cascais

60 Cascaix - Bilbao

61 Bilbao - Amiens

62 Amiens - Odense

63

64 South Africa Trip

65 Odense - Munich

66 Munich - Zell Am Zee

67 Zell Am Zee - Athens

68 Athens - Rhodes

69 Rhodes - Haifa

70 Haifa - Masada

71 Masada - Eilat

72 Eilat - Luxor

73 Luxor - Jiddah

74 Jiddah - Djibouti

75 Djibouti - Addis Ababa

76 Addis Ababa - Nairobi

77 Nairobi - Amboseli

78 Amboseli - Kilaguni

79 Kilaguni - Zanzibar

80 Zanzibar - Blantyre

81 Blantyre - Victoria Falls

82 Victoria Fall - Maun

83 Maun - Vumbura

84 Vumbura - Pilanesberg

85 Pilanesberg - Durban

86 Durban - Plettenberg

87 Plettenberg Bay - Stellenbosh

88 Stellenbosch - Johannesburg

89 Johannesberg - Cape Town

90 Cape Town - Windhoek

91 Windhoek - Sossusvlei

92 Sossusvlei - Swakopmund

93 Svakopmund - Etosha

94 Etosha - Luanda

95 Luanda - Sao Tome

96 Sao Tome - Lome

97 Lome - Ouagadougou

98 Ouagadougou - Bamako

99 Bamako - Dakar

Aa Dakar - Dakar

Bb Dakar - Lanzarote

Cc Lanzerote - Jerez

Dd Jerez - Paris

90 Cape Town - Windhoek

March 11th 2011

On Sunday, the day after I arrived in Cape Town, I returned to the airport, to check on the parking situation. I realized the was a flying club, Cape Town Flying club, so I asked someone there if I could park on their area, which I was allowed to. It was a vice move, as I was told the area where I first parked belonged to Signature Flight and the cost was 450 R per day. At the club I paid 100R for 3 days.

However, before I could move the plane, I had to borrow auxiliary power battery, as the battery again had become discharged! But I contributed it to the fact, that I had left the power supply to my HF radio on (a 24v to 12v inverter).

Monday afternoon I returned to the airport again and took off flying the full length of the Cap the Good Hope Peninsula Ð Right down to the southern most point where the light house is, But the time I got there the sun set, and I returned to the airport flying North along the west side of the peninsula and over Cape Town north of the Table Mountain.

Wednesday morning I was ready to depart, I took my luggage to the plane, and returned the rental car at the main terminal. Then I tried to get through immigration, but that seemed impossible. I was around several parts of the terminal before ending up at the departure desk. But because I was leaving the country Ð and not entering, the officer there could not help me Ð and nobody else could Ð maybe I could get to the airside Ð but how would I get to plane etc etc,

I gave up and walked the 2 kilometers back to the plane on the outside of the airport fence, I have never Ð in the whole world Ð experienced something like this.

But I decided to take off anyway Ð except now the battery was drained again? But borrowning auxiliary power again, I got it started and taxied to the gate on taxiway hotel. But then ground informed me, that my flightplan had been rejected by Johannesberg, so I had to turn around and park by Signatue who kindly helped me file a new fileplan. It turned out, that Johannesburg didnÕ think my plan had enough waypoints ( there aren't many obvious ones up north!)

I got ready to go again - but again I could not start. The Signature people got hold of the Auxiliary power, and I got the engine started and was on my way once again. But now the engine was misfiring and I realized that in one cylinder the valves were not working, and as I was talking to ground control, I had to inform them, that I had to cancel the flight plan, and return to get the engine checked.

It was now too late for me to depart now. The guys at the workshop were very helpful and they soon found out, that all the valves were working but that spark plugs needed cleaning. It was decided, that a new battery was necessary, but it would take 2 days to get one Ð but they got hold of a shop in Windhoek, where a battery was in stock.

So today I was ready to fly nonstop to Windhoek to get a new battery Ð and not to Sossusvlei via Oranjemund as had been my plan. I had the friendly people at the flying club trying to phone the immigration, and this time around I managed to get an exit stamp and a stamp on my general declaration.

I took off early in the afternoon, and flew by the harbor north through the Langebaanweg military area at 4500 feet. Crossing the Namibian border, I headed for the Fish River Canyon, the world's second largest after the Grand Canyon in the USA. I followed the canyon north for some time, and after dark I climbed to 10.000 feet before getting to Windhoek, that has an elevation on 5.550 feet . I could see the runway a long way out and came in for a visual landing by a right downwind to runway 19.

I parked by the terminal building and got out of the plane to go through immigration with the engine still running (the tower accepted this). Soon after, I could taxi to the workshop of Westair where my new battery was to be installed the next morning.