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... truck and small clusters of sheep, cows & ostrich as we passed small towns.
An overcast day for the most part but sun managed to shine as Mossel Bay gave us our first glimpse of the sea. Deep azure blue with long rolling surf - the wind taking the spray high up the cliffs, A quick wave to Alida's family as we took the by-pass to Knysna.
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... post in Africa since I leave for the US this coming Tuesday. I hope to fill you all in on my last amazing days spent in Cape Town, where it's currently a balmy 90 degrees. I apologize for that comment, which I know must sting like frostbite, which many of you are probably experiencing at the moment due to wintry conditions present in most parts of the Northern Hemisphere. Anyway, I'm signing off now until my next blog post!
Talk soon homies!
... Mark’ – a paragliding fanatic. That turned into quite a good night, although considering 60year old Ric*********** his 4th drink whilst I was still enjoying my third, I thought it right to deduce he had a bit of a problem! Yep… he kept those drinks rolling all through dinner while rabbiting on about the ‘hot chicks’ and how he could do with a ‘seeing to’. Lovely.
Luckily, Dad rescued me from this with a phonecall to say ...
... br> Day 11
Walda, Keith, Andrea & Leon are staying at Walda's home in Hersham at Groot Brak until we get back on the road to travel R62 and go back home towards the end of the week. They went off to George today to get parts for Keith's bike from the local BMW dealer while Mary & Mark relaxed at Cheryl & Jeff to update the blog. Yes, we are back in a BIG town where the internet is available again. We are soon off to have lunch at VaalJapie ...
Eshowe was a great place....very peaceful and full of nature. A quaint little area. We ended up hiking a lot while we were here. We started off in the Dlinza Forest where they have an aerial bridge and many hiking trails throughout the forest. We saw lots of monkeys up close and personal. We also headed to the Eshowe waterfall where we hiked and saw even more monkeys! Getting to this little ...