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... to overeat and make a complete glutton of myself. While Natalia claimed to be stuffed, I was just getting started going up for my third and fourth plates, loading on roll after roll, as if I had some masochistic desire to stretch the boundaries of my stomach lining. And of course, dessert had to be in order, I mean why not? Here I am only trying to better manage my budget and ensure that I'm limiting myself to 100 Rand per day on food. But who can say ...
... scenic mountain/ocean drive with river gorges and breath-taking views. Every turn we took resulted in more "ooh's" and "ah's" from everyone on the bus.
Knysna (pronounced nize-na) is a beautiful holiday resort town on an estuary off the Indian Ocean. But, although this is a wonderful mecca for vacationers and the wealthy, there is (as with all S.A. cities) a township (or suburb of the city) where the poor and under-privileged live in squalor. We visited ...
... supply and postal services. The townships run right along the hills behind the town, land that in Europe would be snapped up for large houses. In fact some locals are buying up plots now in expectation of a property boom in the future.
People moving to Knysna with nowhere to live generally build themselves a small hut from wood or scrap building materials. Once they have this fixed address they are eligible for the waiting ...
... to it...under my breath I did. Selfish humans wanting to ride animals not meant to be ridden.
My stay in Wilderness had come to an end. I was able to see Lilian...my friend, mentor, confidant...I have come to find Lilian one of my closest friends...
Quote of the day: The wonder of living is held within the beauty of silience, the glory of sunlight...the sweetness of earth, and the love that lies at the very root of all things.
... bridge following this guy, Ric I think was his name, but I can't be sure. There wasn't too much happening, but I managed to catch a 400g Streepie, which is a good size for that specific fish and braaied it that night.
At about 18:30 I packed up to make it in time for some cheap oysters at the oyster factory around the corner from the backpackers. There really isn't anything better than buying what the local industries specialise in. Back ...
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