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... standard, including most of the geology collection and a lot of the mammal collection. It was like seeing a museum that hadn't been maintained well in several years.
There was even a giant Coelocanth next to a standing poster for Mrs. Ples.
In Pretoria we got a good feel for what an African city that was "more African" was like. Pretoria felt like what I thought ...
... Gary and Azelle, then Anton. It was a nice relaxed evening of pizza and good red wine. Next year will be his 40th. Good gracious!
We left the party with Gary and Werna so we can have a bit of a visit with them tomorrow before leaving for Cape Town on Monday. We’ll be seeing Cora and family in Port Elizabeth again for Christmas so it was a casual ‘see you in a bit’ goodbye rather than a teary goodbye. But it will ...
... and the animals looked well treated. The park has two of the only clouded leopards in Africa, who were out cold when we peaked a look into their enclosure. Large cats sleep on average 20 hours a day!
The park had a few birds - secretary birds, which prefer to walk than fly and flamingos. We watched the secretary birds pace around their enclosure, all business like. They are adaptly named.
There was a jaguar which was frankly terrifying. Powerful ...
We then went to the Austin Roberts bird sanctuary fro coffee and cake. It was so tranquil sitting under the thatch roof looking at the water and the cranes.
The afternoons agenda was Glenhaven. Linda and Sharon made 2 huge yummy trays of Chelsea buns (eat your hearts out my SA family and friends). My Uncle Frank and Brenda kindly organized and hosted an afternoon tea. I was warmly welcomed by all those wonderful people from my childhood ...
... we hadn't experienced before we weren't sure about the risks in walking around the city. Nevertheless, after a read of the guidebook we stepped out into the slight unknown and walked across the city to the bus station.
The city seems almost as friendly as Siyabuswa! The people who are living a more chilled life are very happy to talk to you, and although it is definitely worth being more careful here it seems relatively OK.
The difficulties came in buying a bus ticket ...