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... was too big to enter the harbour so we were "tendered" in - used one of the motorised lifeboats. After 15 minutes we were ashore and had a great reunion with Paul and Jenny. There was much to catch up on during the 100 kms drive back to their protea farm just to the west of Sedgefield. It was great to reacquaint ourselves with the countryside and their property.
We go back many decades. When we lived in ...
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Despite what it shows on the map, we didn't come here by boat. I think it would actually have been a very beautiful drive. About an hour and a half with mountains and sea on either side. ...
... tiny pieces smaller
than my pinky fingernail, and it had to be placed with prongs directly under
his mouth. We also took air temperature, water temperature and pH of the ocean
and all the different tanks with the worlds’ most precarious pH probe. The
water in the tanks is all connected, so a problem in one tank can become a
problem in a fairly quick matter of time, so these measurements are done twice
The game drive was followed by dinner at the lodge, and we're just having a relaxing evening by the fireplace. It will be an early night, since not only is it the winter solstice and shortest day of the year, but we're going on a sunrise game drive early tomorrow morning so I badly need to catch up on some sleep.
Meanwhile, I'll leave you with some wildlife photos that should make everyone appropriately jealous. Enjoy!
After lunch we made our way to The Point – which is literally
the pointy bit of land that sticks out into the sea! Once there we walked all
the way along the coast line and saw about 7/8 whales some with their tales
high up in the air (we learnt that this is 'sailing' - they literally use
their huge tails to sail along in windy weather) and some just
rolling around (erm..playing??)! It never gets boring seeing whales!
We also spotted ...