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... the penguins had burrowed into the sand dunes and also some of the semi-transparent houses that the park had built for them as well so that people could catch a glimpse of them resting. Finally at the end of the boardwalk we arrived at the main beach and it was covered with penguins! They were so cute riding the little wave into the beach and spread out all across the sand. There were quite a few that still had their winter coats but because of the time of the year ...
... Maree and Karen were the mountain goats, skipping along the stones. But the pace was not a race and frequent stops kept the quips coming.
Drizzle came through the mist. Wendy became the Cape Crusader in her red poncho and so we renamed the cape the Cape of Good Jokes.
Poles clicked on rock as Kay took the giant stone steps in her stride. Only once did she stall. Rick ...
Today we started in fog at Pletten Bay but soon were out in sunshine further along the coast.... Took a small detour East to Nature's Valley... A wild inlet plus Gorge & old growth forest.... NP and other worldly... Then turned back towards Cape Town but headed N over the range.... a major mtn range, into the Little (Klein) Karoo.... a land not for wimps! ...
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has some of the best beer. At the wharf, there were several groups
of impromptu bands and they sang and played their drums under a huge
calamari and boervoorst sausage dinner with fries cost us only
US$7.00 and the 500 ml. Beer was US$3.00.
had a delicious meal and once again, Capetown blew our minds with the
sights, sounds and taste It was truly an experience to remember!
... pretty similar, but the last one also had a cheese tasting! I was so taken with one of the cheeses that I bought it… for the American equivalent of $2. 10 Rands = 1 US dollar, so things over here tend to be pretty cheap, especially if you know how to barter. Obviously, I happily took my cheese, recovered from several wine tastings and headed home.And here I sit, putting off a paper on the Music of South Africa to update the blog (finally). For any faithful readers (the few, ...