Milkwood Manor on Sea
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... up outside while I nipped in, but this is Africa and things are never quite what you expect. I don't know if liquor stores are usually self service, but not this one. The owner took me by the arm and chatted, selected and recommended, finishing off with a free sample of strawberry flavoured rocket fuel! Then he asked where my husband was. 'Outside in the car' I said - nowhere to be seen. Business as usual for me, but for the African ladies outside the store ...
There are 2 capuchins in a cage in monkeyland. They are fairly new and go into a cage before they're let out into the forest. We need to clean them out and feed them and things like that. So off I head into the forest with my bucket and the key and some water. I get there and there's no dominant capuchins there, which is weird. They're always there. So I go to open the gate and then this monkey that's double the size of the others run up and jumps at the cage. He's now at face ...
... again...what....Kay and Amin again....are you guys following us ha ha!!?! Arrived late at Jikileza Hostel in Port Elizabeth. "You must be Paul and Melissa..??!" Yeah that's us!!! Weird Mike showed us around the large (empty) hostel and then dumped us in a wooden hut at the bottom of the garden!! So we are sleeping in the shed!!! Cheers Mike!! Didn't wanna sleep inside anyway!!!!! Sunday morning saw us go on a township tour. A township is a poorer area where people live in shacks made ...
Drive to Plettenberg Bay was agony – actually cried for the first hour – bad backs and long car journeys aren't great together. The thing I remember about driving into Plett was how nice it was to see the sea again – beautiful coast line. Plett is a holiday place and our first morning walking around it felt like that – maybe because it’s next to the sea – had lunch looking over the sea at Moby ***** ...
... and a snip.
I headed back to the hostel and wanted to party big time. Unfortunately again there wasn’t many people around, so I did my best to contain myself until it became a little busy. I am sure I knocked back five pints and it didn’t even feel like it touched the sides.
The bar became busier but without filling up, so the party was checked for another day. However I did meet a German film actress, Suzanne Bormann, so my evening was spent happily keeping her ...