Milkwood Manor on Sea
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... because there have never been any predators here until 11 months ago, 5 young adult lions, 2 males and 3 females, were brought in from the Kalahari Park. So all the herds haven't learned to really be wary yet. We didn't see the lions, but the driver said they were so sleek and fat and had grown enormously since being brought in. Oddly enough, Zebra and Antelope are much more active at night than during the day. When the driver would stop, the males would snort and ...
... with are great as is my German flatmate Max. I also love all the people I work with. It's just being away from close friends and family is starting to drag. It takes a while to people to adjust to me, my sense of humour and especially the way I talk so it's just sad that I'm not sharing this experience with people that have previously done all the leg work to get me so I feel like I'm constantly trying to speak properly or explain ...
... are vibrant people with smiling faces and a zest for life.
We drive to Hermanus to stay with my uncle, past shanty
towns, and sweeping views of mountains, seeing names of places I’ve long
since forgotten. We are treated to traditional hospitality and different
versions of life here.
Next morning, the 15th, we drive parallel to the blue jagged peaks of the Langeberg to Swellendam to
have lunch with Ria and family. ...
... they do it in Cape Town, the last stop on my trip.
After the killer walk back up, I picked up some lunch. It was just some chicken soup. Then I headed off for a nap. I am getting way too used to afternoon naps. ;) They really are good stuff. Just as I woke up my phone was ringing. It was some that Jo knows that I will be meeting up with in Cape Town. He explained that I picked a bad week to come as he is mad busy at work. He ...
... as I was forced to slam on the brakes to prevent a 3 meter long Eastern Cape Cobra (one of Southern Africa’s deadliest snakes) being crushed under our tyres or worse still, wrapping itself around Kwetu’s axle. Instead we got to watch this beautiful, elegant snake slither off into the bushes, thankful that he hadn’t chosen to reside under the boulders we had been shifting by hand earlier (a few days later we learned that life expectancy, once bitten by a Cape Cobra, is ...