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Travel Blogs from Oudtshoorn
... a large male who proceeded to preform the mating ritual/dance for us and then strutted over to the female and mounted her. After the ostrich porn the whole bus felt like having a cigarette, the male smirked and the female remained unfazed by the whole experience and continued placidly doing whatever it was she was doing. Any similarity to our species I'll not comment upon! From this stirring introduction we learned ...
We had the first overcast skies with rain this morning. We checked out of the Bosavern early and went to Jukani wildlife sanctuary and Monkeyland to see some big cats and monkeys. They are sanctuaries that rescue mainly big cats and monkeys from zoos that don't have room or other situations (like people keeping for pets) and can't be released back into the wild. We had a nice ...
Greetings! I write this while sitting by the fireplace in Oudtshoorn, a town along the Garden Route famous for its ostrich farms.
Hiking and the Indian Ocean
We started off the day with a morning hike in Tsitsikamma National Park, at Storms River Mouth. The trailhead was at the beach, and I kicked off my shoes and dipped my toes into the Indian Ocean for the first time. Woohoo, another ocean checked off the list!
The hiking trail -- really ...
... very large and yellow molars. This whole experience was beyond anti-comfortable for me. This animal, albeit intelligent, is enormous and could, at any moment, crush me or puncture me.
The photos you’ll see show that Erik is very comfortable with all of this and I look like I’m ready to bolt at any moment. That is pretty indicative of the reality of the moment. I was ready to bolt. I was beyond intimidated. ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed