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A lazy morning after the exertion of being bounced all over the place yesterday and a Cafe Bordeaux breakfast around 10. Weather is overcast with a few isolated blue spots and only 17C so we got deck 13 to ourselves. Not sure what we doing today but we'll check the Horizon, for now it's peace and quiet and a read :-) 11:30 and into the Crows Nest, a bit breezier out there now :-( The noon bridge announcement tells us that this evening we'll pass the Cape of Agulhas the most ...
... Paul twice, now I should have left it as best of three but I had to let him have best of five, you guessed it he then went on to beat me. The show was a bit classical so not our sort of thing. We put our clocks back by an hour again tonight, I think you are now on BST so tomorrow we will only be 2 hours ahead of you. Of course this just means we are getting nearer to home!!! I understand that your weather has improved though so that's good news. ...
... and white rhinos will become extinct in 10-15 years time. Since being here, I have heard of many cases of poaching. It is an organized crime in this country, meaning there are many people involved to successfully sell the rhino's horn; from spotters, to poachers, to transporters. It is very scary and sad.
I did not enjoy hearing about this. The rhinos were so beautiful and serene, who could kill them?
After completing our ...
... species of water-bug - scores only recently discovered. On the way back we found that Iain's bike wouldn't go into bottom gear. More road-side attention was inflicted on the machine until it did. After a well deserved but bizarre refresher at the Elvis & Marilyn diner, we pootled over to The Big Tree - a relic of the year 1190. It's grown so much that I don't think even its granny ...
... to admire the scenery and then took off down the hill to Beachview. We had a great seafood lunch at Barnacles while watching the very rough but very beautiful ocean. Some amazing houses there right on the water.
We came home, hung out, and went to bed.
I want a serval for my house. I know a place in the states that breeds them with house cats so they are legal to have at home. I want a ...