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... 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 Johannesburg Paul and Jenny lived in Pretoria where Paul was an architect - one of projects that he is most proud of was the design and construction of the original Jan Smuts (Johannesburg) airport. About 16 ...
... in and were led to a room that should never be advertised as 'sleeps four comfortably.’ But, once we went on our first game drive we were confident that we’d made a good pick. Our guide was engaging, smart, and kept the girls’ interest for a full two-hour drive, even as the sun went down and the temperature dropped precipitously. With Jonathan up front peppering him with questions about the reserve’s management, the ...
... persuaded the bar man to put the Gymnastics on the biggest TV
screen so that they could appreciate the 'art', he agreed as long as he could
keep the mens diving on the smaller one! Before we knew it, we (me, Graham and
the three local pervs) had spent nearly 3 hours judging the gymnasts on
difficulty levels and style! It was hysterical! We had some very random conversations
about who it could have been that invented prancing about with a hula hoop as a
sport and ...
... br> Enjoying our peaceful night, we were awoken by the French. A big noisy group who instead of giving us some room and staying far away at the other end of the carriage they decided to surround us and then started snoring. After a broken nights sleep and an early wake up as the French left peace and tranquillity were restored. We spent the day relaxing on our perfect white sand blue water sea.
Weather - Perfect Sunny, 26oc
... its dorsal fin. We take photos of their dorsal fin when they attack the bait and use the pictures to identify each shark.
Seeing my first great white shark was one of the biggest adrenaline rushes of my life. The aggressiveness, yet gracefullness of the great white is something that words can't even describe. Seeing my first great white shark is an event that I will never ...