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... of minced beef and ostrich called bobotic. All was very delicious.
We bade farewell to David and hit the hay. Weather for the next few days is supposed to be cloudy and rainy, but definitely no complaints from us. We have had tremendous weather to date.
Likely off to Simon's Town tomorrow to explore the Cape of Good Hope.
... cruise ship and one wooden boat.
We’ve taken 18 different flights on a variety of airlines. Some we would absolutely recommend and others we are very glad to never take again!
We have been passengers on 8 different trains.
We have slept in 88 different Hotels. These have come in all different shapes and sizes and certainly there are some parts of Europe where you get a lot more for your money ...
... anyway – rather late and safe!
Maropeng looks interesting anyway...
From their website:
The Cradle of Humankind is one of eight World Heritage Sites in South Africa, and the only one in Gauteng. It is widely recognised as the place from which all of humankind originated.
The 47 000-hectare site has unearthed the best evidence of the complex journey which our species has ...
... The boats to Robben Island and other impressive looking yachts docked here and there were lots of restaurants with outside dining areas. It was also a good opportunity for Tom to get his monthly haircut. We came across a barber with a ‘British pub’ design and fitted right in. We really enjoyed the live music that was on during the day and evenings in the bars. There was a particularly good live band one afternoon and ...
... and commence with gluttonous binge-eating and drinking. And you have to understand what this process looks like. You first enter a no-frills butcher shop, looking through the glass case at mounds of meat where you place your order, and then wander to the back of the shop where there are two rooms of wood-burning Braai pits where they will be prepared. You return after fifteen minutes, pick up your now-beautifully cooked meat mountain on a metal tray, ...