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... of champagne and sushi. Leavened with a unique flavour of shanty towns on the outskirts of course, the juxtaposition that makes South Africa such an uncomfortable place to visit.
Then onto one of the nearby beaches for the night. 14km of yellow sand and a hostel right on the seashore is a good location, but what really made it was the journey over - a swift hitch-hike in a pick up truck. It was one of those moments that can make a traveller feel like ...
... shown up enough to make it enjoyable. The only casualty may be the shark cage diving as as the sea be angry.
Today we drove up to Oudtshoorn to visit a ranch where a number of animals from Africa and abroad are living and working as ambassadors for their species. It's a unique place as it provides the opportunity to interact with some of these guys and we had to take advantage.
Both Indira and I got to hang out with a 10 month ...
Time to explore the Wilderness National Park. Apparently there are two ways to explore the park - by foot or by canoe. because of our excessive lie-in we opted for the former (for today at least).
The route we wanted to do was closed so we decided to do the "Half Collared Kingfisher Trail" and the "Bosduif Loop". The trail winds along the languid, golden river, crosses it on stepping stones and finishes at ...
... and Imfolozi for our final viewing of African animals. Were so lucky to see huge herds of buffalo, and impala, and quite a few RHINOS here and there...crossing the road...GIANT babies with their moms.
Soon, it was good bye to the wildlife, and through Monmouth back to cold, rainy, stormy Eshowe.
Quite a lightening show on the way home.
... the road and very easy drive.
Eventually we have arrived at Mussel Bay.
It was dark when we got there so we hurried to find our accommodation.
We have made a reservation at the hostel called Santos Express over the phone before we left Cape Town.
This hostel has got a unique concept. As you can see in their name, they use old train carriages as hostel.
It was only for one night here so we decided to stay in a ...
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