Table Mountain Lodge
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... avoided a collision (and this only a couple of days ago, while in Capetown). The rest of our self-drive trip was uneventful, with the exception of Vivian's constant reminder to not drive so close to the shoulder.
In addition, during our travels, and contrary to advice given to us by more than one person, on several occasions we did pick up a hitchhiker or two along the way. It is startling the number ...
... fallen from the trees. I snapped quite few photos and then took Saundra’s camera and snapped photos for her too before her camera seized … apparently it does that from time to time.
After getting our fill of Baboons, on we went driving through a small township with one retailer selling huge black statues (polished soapstone ??) – they must have weighed a ton or two or three !!
Up the hill was ...
... cruise ship and one wooden boat.
We’ve taken 18 different flights on a variety of airlines. Some we would absolutely recommend and others we are very glad to never take again!
We have been passengers on 8 different trains.
We have slept in 88 different Hotels. These have come in all different shapes and sizes and certainly there are some parts of Europe where you get a lot more for your money ...
... They had so many categories of plants, flowers, and trees you could easily spend a whole day if not two there. As we walked around I said my Grandparents would have a field day here stopping at and reading about each one.
We were useless at following the signs for anything we wanted to see but we did eventually find th new tree canopy walkway which allowed you to walk on a high bridge above the trees, and we also after ...
... beers. He’ll be telling a bored bar girl how his ex wife in Aberdeen took him for every penny. Then just when I despair with the succession of losers and drifters that cross my path I’ll encounter a professorial type living with a remote hill tribe high in the mountains – a learned man driven by anthropological fervor.
These are my thoughts as I contemplate my plunge into life on a shoestring.