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Our first stop was Knysna, which was a bit of a surprise to us. We visited the quay and felt like we were in the French Riviera! We could have been in Europe rather than Africa. At the harbour docks there were some large yachts and impressive looking boats. The quay was lined with shops and restaurants. We decided to treat ourselves (having been …
... had a great reunion with Paul and Jenny. There was much to catch up on during the 100 kms drive back to their protea farm just to the west of Sedgefield. It was great to reacquaint ourselves with the countryside and their property. We go back many decades. When we lived in Johannesburg Paul and Jenny lived in Pretoria where Paul was an architect - one of projects that he is most proud of was the design and construction of the original Jan Smuts (Johannesburg) airport. About 16 ...
... 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!
... the rope to both my ankles and my harness, all while explaining to me the effectiveness of the knot while keeping me calm and collected. I stood up, good thing my legs were bound together otherwise they would have been shaking uncontrollably. I was helped to the edge, toes hanging slightly over. I looked down, adrenaline coursing through my body as the innate feeling of survival was thrown into question. The techno music in the background began to fade and I was ...
After spending another day in Plettenburg Bay the rain had not gone away and we were gettin mighty ****** off that this was gettin "too" much like ireland. The rain hadn't stopped all day and we weren't getting much done. We decided to go for a hikein the woods and it may as well have been ness woods for all the rain and wind there was. Into the bargain the signage through the walk left a lot to be desired and we ...