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... to the major surfer waves like the ones on Bloubergstrand.
We parked up and had a walk along the parade of beach shops and along the very white beach spotting the old style houses and boats. With it being slightly overcast and the smell of the seaside vinegar coming through the air it did bring me to an English coastal destination but then you look down at how white the sand is and get brought straight back to SA.
We took a walk back and sat ourselves down in ...
... the Indian Ocean currents meet the Atlantic Ocean current.
There are baboons in the park. Dick told us he had seen the baboons wait until someone unlocked their car with the remote - with the subsequent beeps and light flashing. They would then quickly go over and open the door to rummage for food.
Lunch was interesting. Rob had a sub. He was about half done when a big bird quickly ...
... up on the table to sit on the bag while I zipper around his buttocks. The whole process takes about 10 minutes. Up next is my friend, whose bag is equally as tight. He takes one look at hers and yells, "Next!!!". I guess he learned not to mess with a backpacker. No matter how big or small the airport, I must make an obligatory round of as many shops that I can. Seeing as I love to eat, and never want to be caught empty handed on a cheap airline that no longer serves food, I am ...
... next to a fire sucking down a shiraz or two. Always helps too when the winery staff are more than happy to give you additional samples because you "sound like Mike Hussey and look like Michael Clarke!". So after heading for a quick visit to the Frankschhoek today we are back in Stellenbosch for the night. This is a laid back uni town where Afrikaans is the main language. It's quite unique to travel just half an hour (from Cape Town) to a town in the same ...
... goes on, I'm not so sure he did it. Anyway, this story could go on forever it was intriguing.
Next, Colleen. She's a single mom with an emotional/mental case that is beyond comprehension. When we arrived she was very concerned about being in her pajamas and her house wasn't clean. This was the least of her concerns. She desperately needed to talk to someone about her life's troubles so this stop was more of a psychology appointment than anything. She sat down ...