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Saturday 14th, our very last day in Parys - and it was my birthday! Over the last few weeks I have been in touch with Janet Crews by email. Her family owned my great-great-great-grandfather’s house Hougham Park in Port Elizabeth for over forty years and are sad as we are to see the lovely place falling into disrepair. She has sent me so many lovely photos of the family enjoying the house and the 6 km of beach that went with it. Her uncle, ...
... to proceed to her terminal to google the value of our gifts. She asked how many and my reply of 45 is double checked, only to upset her as there are actually 49 :( . After about 10 min on various. Internet sites looking for price comparison and not finding anything she askes me what these items are worth. She accepts my answer of 1usd each that now relates to a total vale of 50 usd. Tax is 45% and i have to pay this cash in ...
... twin towers. Before wheeling our way through the streets to a vendor of local beer. Similar to what we tried in Blouberg this tasted more like wine than beer but I am no expert. This was served with some local cuisine of pap (made from corn flour) an beef cheek which is then rolled in salt. Not bad if I do say so myself. Without having too much to drink we were back on the bikes to the Hector Peterson memorial. The whole journey trying to steer with one hand as all the local kids ...
... t attractive enough to warrant a lengthy stay and I search quickly for a boat out. I can only book a fast-boat that leaves the following morning at 6 am. Meanwhile the kids do their homework and that gives Anna a bit of time to do some research on the internet. We’re 1 hour ahead of the Galapagos and getting up at 5am is difficult. We board the small boat that gets the “fast” tag because it has 2 engines and off we go down the Amazon. The sun rises and ...
... that we walked on an took the local van up to a hill overlooking the city again. Jo'burgs skyline! Time for wine! Bheki's business partner came up with the wine what Ian and Gina brought with them. After the very pleasant break we went back to the starting point with the local van again. What a great day!
A must do in Jo'burg!!!!
Wine is a bit the power water here in Jo'burg so we did had ...