Avatara Guest House
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... make the most of. With the threat of shark attacks a real possibility (the guide boasted that there hasn't been a fatality in 2 years..), I think they are all mad. Sophie was almost sick off the back of the boat (I don't blame her - it felt like the boat was actually going to capsize a few times), but we made it back to the port alive (and drenched).
Next stop was Boulders Beach, where Africa's only native penguins ...
... items but felt bad getting out my CC for essentially $10 worth of goods so I added a few items – and at the next shop a few more … oh well.
We shopped til we dropped and ran into several people from the Ocean Princess who were on our cruise and a few more who just joined the cruise. We ran into Larry later in the day and also Judy and Phil again who showed us the jewellery shop she had made a few purchases at the previous day … I ...
... amazing how much you need to do to stay on top of all the photos we are taking!)
Tomorrow is another relatively early start with our flight leaving Cape Town airport at 11:55am. We will then be transferred to Pilanesberg and into the game reserve to Thaba lodge which is where we will be based for our 4 days worth of very early game drives! Exciting.
Anyway, off to pack
All our love, Sam, Emily, JT and Catherine x
... and totally unlittered streets, the food is so appropriate. I love going to the butcher and ordering a few slices of veal and watching the butcher's wife slice it so thinly and then wrap it in paper and write the amount on a piece of paper. This morning we went to the local market which arrives every Thursday, sadly it was pouring with rain but we wandered around, eyeing the yummyness of ...
... informal settlements of ‘tin shacks’ that you see in the media but there was also formal housing with wide streets and paved roads. We saw some houses being built by the government and the plan was to move those from the informal settlements in. We also passed some ‘witch doctors’ (although this was seen as an offensive name - they are ‘healers with spiritual powers’) who based themselves in ...