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... then me .. bloody petrified!!! I was 3rd from last to jump and was not thankful for the wait. I got strapped in and hopped to the edge, here I said.... I dunno if I can do this. Then before you knew it.... 3,2,1 ....BUNGEE. The fall was amazing but the scariest thing I have ever done. I was then upside down for what seemed like a lifetime waiting to be taken to the top. It felt like the harness was slipping at my feet but other jumpers said they ...
... England who have been in SA for 14 years. To be honest, it's not quite what we are used to but it is adequate, although lacking and sound insulation!! Being s/c we had to pop out and buy some bits for breakfast and then went down to the Quays for sundowners. Back for a quick shower and then back down for dinner. Seafood of course! Weds we went to Plettenberg Bay (Plett) and had a 2 hour walk along the beach and back. One of us had a swim at the turning point! Then we went ...
... animals on this planet, except of course for bunnies. These will be, climate permitting, a must-have animal for us if we ever have a smallholding. I inquired about the mohair and the best way the woman had of teaching me about mohair scarves, was to walk me across the car park to the little fenced in area housing the goats.
In she walked and out she walked with a 9-day old angora goat in her arms. This goat was put in my arms and I fell ...
... we were going or having any real plan. The roads in South Africa are very similar to the UK and with Johnny being 'Mr Map' and me being the driver I think we made quite a good team. We drove along the coastal roads from Cape Town down through Camps Bay, Hout Bay, Simons Town (where we saw penguins) to Cape Point, then back up to Fishhook to Stellenbosch. The scenery is beautiful. The drive along the windy clifftop roads over looking some of the bays have a ...
... motorway to drive along the more scenic coast road. some lovely scenery and mountain scapes, a lot like home actually. We called in at Jeffreys Bay for a feed in a Greek restaurant. I ordered the fresh fish and got the most massive feed i have ever seen. It grinned at me with teeth that made me think it was a pirannha, because i didn't hear the specials. Finola had a greek style lamb wrap that was less ...