6 In The Circle
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I woke up at 3:45am to the sound of something scratching the tent.
"James!" I called, "Wake up! It's the honey badger again!"
We never actually saw the dog-sized critter but every night we heard him pawing around searching for scraps of food. James shooed him away and fell back asleep but I knew the alarm was going off in 45 minutes and (is it too cliché to say it?) I felt like a kid on Christmas morning.
We had arrived at Kruger Park the ...
... wine, perfect! The food is delicious, and we indulge with three courses followed by a sweet desert wine, yum. After a little power nap back at the Beesley's, the three of us have a relaxing evening and I show Lynn some of my photos from Madagascar and Steve promises (or threatens) to show me the 3000+ wedding photos! Joking aside, I would love to see them and will hold him to his promise, along with the 500+ house renovation photos for Simons ...
... Sounds like we may see her in Aus next year.
That day, we continued on via spectacular Chapman's Peak to the Cape of Good Hope .
The weather was perfect so we spent the afternoon climbing all over the Cape, through fragrant fynbos flowers, watching southern right whales cavorting from out cliff top perch. It is a wild piece of coast as the Atlantic & Indian Ocean converge at nearby Cape Agulias.
... life of being stroked and loved. She purred so loud. I fed and gave her water and had the opportunity to give her a stroke and a bit of love. A once in a lifetime experience. After that we headed back to Cape Town for the afternoon and then headed out for the evening. I introduced Greg to thai food which he absolutes loved. It was the most stunning meal and the view was not to bad either. Only one day left!!! Not sure I really want to come home but it will be great to see you guys. ...
... somewhere in the main CBD of cape town which was awesome. Temperature is lovely here at night time.
[Postscript]- Was just interrupted writing up this entry as Janine suggested a scorpion had somehow made it into our room. Fortunately Mike, the assistant at our accomodation, swiftly dealt with it. Attached is the photo to prove it. My first ever sighting of a scorpion and although the picture doesn't make it clear he was big!