Milkwood Manor on Sea
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Finally the rain had cleared and we made the most of it by going on a long walk through Natures Valley, down towards the coast and back. The walk was very varied, walking through thick forest, along a river bed no longer flowing and along coastline. Amazing. It was quite a tricky walk at times, watching our footing on slippery rocks and contending with a long steep hill at the end. The walk took us 4 hours in total including an hour stop off for ...
... and to the volunteer homes at Monkeyland. This then led to an extremely terrifying shopping trip. I think we were running late as food was just being thrown at us from every angle without having time for us to comprehend 1) the exchange rate 2) do we need it and lastly 3) do we even like it. I often didn’t know the answer to any of these questions but we’ve got it and as long as Stephanie was happy, I was happy and you never know, ...
... a wonderful time getting up close to these incredibly timid birds. My two favourites of the day were:
- the galah cockatoo, pink and grey with the friendliest personality, always nudging closer to us, trying to get us to scratch its neck; he even took a nibble out of our book
- Northern red bishop, a very small bird of black and almost neon scarlet orange; when it flies it puffs up like a fluffy, round teddy bear and ...
May 11 Storms River Tsitsikamma National Park 246 Kilometers
May 12 Storms River Tsitsikamma National Park
Camped here for two nights. The area is famous for excellent hiking trails.
We passed on the ...
... all the excessive exercise so we tried to cool him, moved him to the hospital and tried to give him fluids but his blood pressure was ****. His temperature was about 42oC. After trying for what seemed like hours we realised he had suffered brain damage and he passed away not long after. Understandably this was upsetting for everyone. That evening Dominik had asked us out for drinks with him and a friend but as we were leaving a penguin came in with puncture ...