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We have spent a few days in South Africa and have experienced some amazing scenery. From the gold Mining city of Johannesberg to Capetown the countryside and mountain ranges are spectacular. Around Capetown there are huge ancient sandstone mountain ranges rising to over 10000m rising from sea level and amazing fynbos ( meaning 'fine bush' native South African) vegetation. Proteas growing wild in all directions. We got to see a lot more fynbos plants at the ...
... the hill, we saw an old social housing development which is primarily now privately owned by former tenants. Those who were renting social housing for 30 years ended up owning their apartment.
Just nearby is an area which tends to be referred to as the Malay houses. Pretty much all the houses are brightly coloured – the roads here and in some other streets cobbled.
We walked around here for a while and ...
... and everybody, from the
staff to the jumpers were dancing. It was so great!
Later this day we went visit an Elephant’s farm. The name of
this place is Knysna and they have 18 elephants and a lot of Zebras too. These
animals have all been rescued, because the mother was killed or for other
reasons, expect for two elephant, who were born there. There, you got to touch
them and made some exciting pictures. I think it’s great they manage to ...
... our lunch, we arrived home suitably Merry! After a quick freshen up we went to the Wijnhaus for dinner. A spot we had come across the previous night when looking for somewhere to eat that evening. A lovely meal of lamb for me and Ryan and steak, for Ryan's dad, lovely mash and garlic broccoli, accompanied by a glass Graeme Beck Pinotage of course!! We were home in bed before ...
... and grandson Tommy from Vegas. Was a tight fit to get us all in the van but with Pam and I squished in the split front seat and the guys packed in back we drove nroth of the city through the sunrise to Gansbaai and Shark Alley. On arrival, the wind was whipping off the ocean and it was cloudy and much colder than anticipated, though all the shaking was not just from the cold :) We had a simple breakfast and briefing then boarded the boat with a group ...