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DAY 23: 12 September After breakfast Hendrik phones other friends of ours now living in Riversdale. I have not seen them in about 10 years.
From Pringle Bay we drive along the coast to Betty's Bay where we find a few Penguins in the dunes. It is a lovely bay, but more houses than I expected. From there we went ...
... of her own that is 3 years old and is still breast feeding!!! They definitely aren't shy about that.
Today we met this lady named Susan who was a double amputee. She wasn't supposed to be though. From what we understand, she had a heart attack from a clot in her leg and so they were supposed to take a vein out of her wrist and put it in her leg to bypass the clot but instead she woke up and her legs were gone! She did not authorize ...
... for the 40 odd volunteers who all met at the train station to be escorted to the house. It was perfect for a Braai, open sandy courtyard space in front of the house with a spot light and big speaker for music.
There was a guy who apparently is the king of Braai getting it all set up and ready and one of the other volunteers, Gary, can do balloon animals which he did for lots of the local kids which they just ...
... people had shown up and the whales were coming closer to where we were sitting. This was awesome, because now we could get a really good look at them with either the camera (Niko) or my binoculars and it was a lot of fun to watch them. There were at least 5 in the water in different areas and so once in a while these guys came out of the water and would then flop down on it on their sides. The best part was when there was a mommy with a calf and they both came ...
... and whale information signs so I knew they were out there.
About half-way between Gordon's Bay and Kleinmond we pulled into a small picturesque community called Pringle Bay, or Pringlebaai in Afrikaans. This peaceful ocean front holiday community about 85 kms from Cape Town is home to about 1600 people, according to Google. Residents share their space with troops of baboons that jot in and ...