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... off to Tsitsikamma National Park to meet up with the others and to to walk out to the suspension bridges and back. We only had an hour, or so, but there were all kids of waves, small mountains and waterfalls all in the same park. It was a really good end to an afternoon outside. The drive to our stay for the night was rather lengthy, but more than worth it. This, part citrus farm part retreat, ...
... The visitors oohed and awed when they spotted the objects being described.
Well, we had a great day in Oudtshoorn. There is so much to do in that area. We could have stayed there for several more days and not seen everything. But it was time for us to move on to see the famous grape growing area of South Africa along the Wine Route.
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... Python. It eats mammals and birds. Females reach 16 - 18 feet and 120 – 150 pounds while males reach 12 - 14 feet and 85-100 pounds. Albinism is the lack of melanin in the skin so the skin is white or pinkish. Since pigments give the eyes their color albinos have red eyes (so colored from the blood vessels).
- Southern Rock Python. It eats typically mammals. It has no venom. It grows up to 5 m. It lays between 20 and 100 large eggs. These ...
... catching a tour of the caves, which are quite spectacular with the largest limestone cavern I've ever seen - and a guide who loves to sing and had a wonderful voice.
On to Oudtshoorn where we checked in to the beautiful De Zeekoe Guest House, and scored lucky with an upgrade to a beautiful room, complete with bath, four poster, verandah overlooking the river & pool. A swim, followed by a delicious dinner and an early night. Meerkats ...
... We are notable famished and we glance down the road. Yup, it’s long. It’s long and equally deserted. As they say, a bird in the hand is better than two in the bush… I have a bacon quiche and Erik orders bobotjie (pronounced-ish ‘ba-boeur-tee’), a Cape Malay dish which has been adopted by the Afrikaans. The Cape Malays were slaves from Malaysia brought to the Cape by the Dutch East India Company. It’s basically ...