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... hooks for clothes or towels in bathrooms.
We found a nice seafood restaurant down by the beach in town and it was so good, we ate there twice during our stay.
I finally see what the big deal is about the Garden Route. It's a truly amazing place. You need to drive only a little bit to see varied topography and views. And we're only halfway through.
... life more challenging. I got away with a general soaking and he towed Jerry a bit when he got tired. There were a couple of rock jumps - I didn't push my luck, but Jerry did the first to much applause. The second was really high, and only one young girl tried it. But brilliant stuff and I guess quite energetic because, despite Bev's enormous breakfast, and the fact that I don't like them, I really enjoyed my Mars Bar at the end.
Also enjoyed removing clammy ...
... to go to a deli for some lunch goods. We wound up at the Lazy Lizard. They were so nice in there. She knew we wanted some cheese and cured meats from the Karoo and made us a lovely picnic lunch. From there we took a different, circular route over the Meiringspoot (pass) back to Oudtshoorn. We continued to George and then west along the coast. It was a lovely warm day, almost hot until we went over one last ...
... nice to see the sea again since we hadn't seen the sea in ages and so it was really fun playing in the humongous waves but it was really cold. That night we watched the exciting FA cup final where Chelsea beat Liverpool.
The next day we went to the Lawnwood Snake sanctuary which was brilliant, I got to hold some Snakes and at first I was nervous but then I got used to it. You had to act like you were a tree and that your arms were branches, if your grip ...
... to do it. Then before I know it I had paid and was being weighed and garmented in a harness.
The walk out to the jump is enough to make you go weak at the knees. The drop is over a quarter of a kilometre and you walk along a thin metal meshed gangway. My toes are curling as I write this. I don’t have a problem with heights at all, but I felt my knees buckle on more than one occasion and I hadn’t even made it to the jumping point.
MUSIC! It’s pumping, ...