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... I got in, probably around 2 pm or so, we sort of hung out for a bit in the apartment. Maybe I ended up getting in later than 2 pm, because at some point we went out to the store briefly, taking a minibus (my first experience with one of those). Then we watched the sunset at 5:30, which is so strange because in Finisterre a few days ago the sunset was at 10:30, and they're on the same time zone! The sunset was gorgeous. We ate some very good ...
Off to see the penguins today.
There is a permanent colony of African penguins along the coastline near Boulders Beach, south of Simonstown. This species of penguin used to be called jackass penguins because of the sound they make when calling to each other.
We went to the colony via the scenic seaside villages of Muizenburg and Fish Hoek. Simonstown was originally founded as a British naval ...
... they were still a little out of it so they were being monitored. It was pretty awesome being right next to them. Then we drove over the hill and saw some rhino, zebra, springbok, and hippo. The hippos were hanging out in the water while the other animals were eating. The elephants started to walk over and join the other animals and apparently one of them wanted to play. He started to approach the mother and baby rhino and they weren't having it. The fight went on for a little bit and ...
... land and Mary off home. Safe travels girls. The kids had a play and we headed to Ferrymans for a pub meal. We reminisced with Nathan about Safari but he didn't want to hear about the elephants! We all tried a Cape Malvinas Pudding...yum! It's a bit like a sticky toffee pudding. Said our farewells and we will reconvene tomorrow night for dinner. We are heading to Cape of Good Hope and Nathan is off to Robben ...
... it was the march by Nelson Mandela’s cell. Once released from prison, we had 10 minutes to get back to the ferry for the return trip. It was a very rushed three hours and wished that it was more self-guided so that one could take time to look around more. But they have this tour running like a well-oiled machine; as we were walking back to the ferry we saw our tour guide from the bus on another bus with new passengers! Getting back to shore we decide ...