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This morning Nicole picked me up at 9 for our next adventures. !Khwa tutu is a project developed to preserve the San culture, and provides a place to share the culture with both the San and others, as well as train San, or Bushmen, in tourist and hunting related skills. Check out their website at www.khwattu.org. The program has been developed with a lot of hard work and community support, and it can definitely serve as ...
... 4 miles). This evening we had dinner at a nearby Italian restaurant recommended by our tour manager. We have not eaten very much Italian food since we went Gluten Free. However, this restaurant had gluten free pasta and pizza. We each ordered a pasta dish. Neither of us could eat more than half of our meals so, we have them wrapped up in our refrigerator. Tomorrow we have an 8am bus to the Cape of Good ...
... of it. We got taken to sting berg school I think it was called? The founders of dreams to reality talked to us about house rules, safety precautions etc. nothing was even spoken about Ebola.... Because it isn't a worry here. In fact, more was said about HIV.... Which is actually understandable seeing as 1/3 people have HIV in South Africa. No one ever told me to not come do this trio because HIV it was all Ebola... Shows how much people from home (and people ...
... have been along the French Riviera. We passed yacht clubs and fabulous homes hugging the mountain side and surfing beaches. What a surprise to find African penguins nurturing their chicks, playing in the ocean, on the rocks and the sandy beaches. And also ostriches......... After a delicious grilled fish lunch, we were very impressed by the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, originally the private garden of Cecil Rhodes who collected species from all over the world before his ...
... morning was calm, cool and fragrant after last night's rain. Along one green stretch with some bushes and trees we watched a beautiful steenbok leaping and running at full speed, weaving in and out of the trees. It was the only sound and movement other than our vehicle, since the cicadas have not started singing yet.
We headed down a path toward a watering hole. Along the path we could see the footprints and marked territory of a white male ...