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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 ...
... more than she would make working minimum wage. It's a sad mentality to live by, but when dropping out is a collective belief then it is accepted. We drove over to the Manenberg People's Center with all of health care personnel and other students. It was a great trip over! Taylor and I busted out our British accents and the natives loved it! It was a great experience to get to personally talk to them and get to know them. The township of Manenberg replicated the other ones we have ...
... free passports to idiots who indulge that nonsense) and I took a ferry out to see the seals. They stink. Yes, cute but stinky. They have a really tendency to rub their eyes with their flippers which is adorable so I've attached a picture.
After that, we stopped at Boulder's Bay - well known for its penguin colony. The mums and dads looked drawn and hungry as they were all nesting over their little ones at this time of the year. We found ...
... 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 ...
... tomatoes, and garlic emulsion; this was served with a Sauvignon Blanc. After that we had cape buffalo meatballs, Gnocchi with parmesan cream and fennel. Wine served was a lovely Pinotage. Up next was the confit of duck with pomme puree, with lentils and various other beans; wine was Hidden Valley Secret. Our dessert was a hazelnut praline soufflé, Tonka bean ...