Aqua Dreams Guest House
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... to see Elephants, Cheetahs, Crocs, etc. There seems to be a private zoo for each animal, although that could get expensive fast.
We had a great B&B with gracious hosts who were world travelers. You can always tell the places run by the experienced ones. They think of everything. I'm amazed at how many lodgings we've stayed at that don't do the little things ...
... is difficult to see where they would be coming from or going to. They must walk miles!
Eventually got to the coast - curse of the Coughlans - sea fret with knobs on! You can kind of see it boiling up from the Indian Ocean. At least it's warm! I bet the sun is still blazing in 'paradise'.
Anyway, what you get for much moister air is lush, tropical vegetation and green, green, green. A very different environment here. It's the first time ...
... we came across three adult and two baby Baboons, which was especially exciting as we’d failed to spot any in the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve a few days earlier.
The combination of wildlife, an absence of traffic the mountainous terrain and a sense of travelling into the unknown evoked something of the Frontier spirit, even though our Citroen contrasted sharply with a wagon and horses. However, our mood was soon dampened by the first rain of our ...
... nice to see the sea again since we hadn't seen the sea in ages and so it was really fun playing in the humongous waves but it was really cold. That night we watched the exciting FA cup final where Chelsea beat Liverpool.
The next day we went to the Lawnwood Snake sanctuary which was brilliant, I got to hold some Snakes and at first I was nervous but then I got used to it. You had to act like you were a tree and that your arms were branches, if your grip ...
... to do it. Then before I know it I had paid and was being weighed and garmented in a harness.
The walk out to the jump is enough to make you go weak at the knees. The drop is over a quarter of a kilometre and you walk along a thin metal meshed gangway. My toes are curling as I write this. I don’t have a problem with heights at all, but I felt my knees buckle on more than one occasion and I hadn’t even made it to the jumping point.
MUSIC! It’s pumping, ...