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... was when Catherina said shyly, "I'm not really good at talking to big groups, but I was told to do this presentation because I am the only woman on the executive board," like that was perfectly acceptable. This was an obviously well-educated, smart woman who was in charge of the company's finances and she was apparently always given the ****** jobs that the men couldn't be ...
... le cousin de l'éléphant! Eux aussi s'amusent entre les rochers et n'ont pas trop l'air farouches.
On reste environ 2 h à explorer la plage et prendre des photos avant de reprendre la route direction Cape point !
Monday morning, after a glorious breakfast, we get going with the exploration of the cape peninsula. It is also a chance for me to do a reconnaissance of the race route, since we will almost follow it completely.
... nest. They were pretty serious about it. They are very quirky and fun to observe.
Along the way we saw a pod of hundreds of dolphins near that area. It was pretty incredible.
7750 hectares make up the Cape of Good Hope, which is part of Table Moutian National Park. There are over 6000 species of plants here, 1100 are endemic to this area. Three antelopes in this park - Blesbok, Bontebok, and Eland, Mountain Zebras, Ostrich ...
... marble burial plaques. I walked around the corner and happened upon an incredibly trendy jazz bar inside the crypt. I thought I may have been in the wrong place. I had never seen a jazz bar let alone a bar in or adjunct to a Church. The ambiance and vibe was unbelievably cool and comfortable even though it hadn't quite opened for the night. The pianist was warming up and as I stood there in complete fascination, the manager approached me. He was extremely kind and told ...
... were fairing down below. On two occasions I attempted to get up and walk down to check, but I was quickly sent retreating for the security of the railing and had to sit back down. They were, as it turns out, just fine, and saw it more of an amusement ride than anything else.
As we neared the island, the naturalist pointed to the horizon and what looked like a small rain shower. As she explained, and as we saw as Captain Bob headed straight for the sight, ...