Villa 10 On Hugo
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... it, gathered up their cubs and found a nice spot to settle down for a little sleep! Amazing to witness this so close.
On the way back to the lodge we came across a crocodile having a lovely bask in the sun and then it was home for a final brunch before heading back to the airstrip to catch the plane back to Johannesburg.
From Johannesburg to Cape Town and we finally made it to the house at about 6.30 to be met ...
... home from school they start playing. We walked around and saw most of the community. I think my favourite part was visiting the kindergarten and seeing all the kids. The children there are so kind and nice. As soon as we went into the school yard we were bombarded. Ha they started hugging me until I fell on the ground. Then three girls sat on my lap and another two started playing with my hair. You see the townships ...
... Site listing, and have now individually been declared as national heritage sites.The careful management of these unique sites is a clear priority if the site is to be preserved and sustainably utilised.
The world-renowned Sterkfontein Caves is home to the oldest and most continuous paleaontological dig in the world. It is also the site of discovery of the famous pre-human skull affectionately known as "Mrs ...
... its way through nice areas and the awful District 6 where thousands of poor people were turfed out of their homes which were then destroyed. We went past Signal Hill and up to the base of Table Mountain. We had been up the cable car to the top on a previous occasion so did not go again especially as the cloud was coming down onto the top as it frequently does forming a table cloth over the mountain and hence it’s name. The bus then ...
... penguins. Super cool! And we got to see some ostriches that ran right by our vehicle! Someone mentioned they're the fastest living animal in Africa behind the cheetah. So another kid asked how fast that was, naturally being curious. Our driver says, "Oh about this fast!" And pinches the gas toward the animal forcing it to run! I felt so bad for the animal!! Poor thing berated by all of the tourists! I'm happy to ...