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... They opened up businesses trading in ostrich feathers and had a good relationship with the Afrikaans-speaking farmers. The town was nicknamed "The Jerusalem of the North".
At the end of the 1800's the Anglo-Boer War caused a slump in ostrich feathers but it recovered and had a second boom at the end of the war. This explained the reason why we saw lot of mansions or Feather Palaces, as they are called.
World War I put and end to the ...
... homes. We continued on the coastal highway to Knysna where we spent two nights at the fantastic Protea Knysna Hotel situated at the harbour/yacht club, which describes the area...emphasis on yacht! There are many choice restaurants with patios and seafood on the menu. Local wine in$2.50 a glass: beer $2.50 a pint. Everyone had a great meal with great gift shops all around. In other words the perfect spot to ...
Cape Town is sitting in one of the most picturesque locations of any city in the world. We had planned to stay in Cape Town for a week but after wandering around town, hiking on Table Mountain with the sun shining gloriously on us and visiting the V & A Waterfront, we decided to do our stay-in-one-place outside the city. Since we have to return to Cape Town to fly home, we have the option to spend more time here later.
We rented a ...
... then the next. Dust swirled beneath him in his motion to humble himself for us. I sat on his knee, in a puddle of wet mud that rested in the crevasses of the folds of his muddied skin. And I didn’t care.
This massive, intelligent beast was humbled to accommodate me, the tourist. Angelo quickly got us on his back as well. His bristly hair scoured the inside of my thighs and the mud coloured my skin, but I ...
... in the rain. This pristine silver polo was now brown! They were fine about it though. Back at the hostel we got chatting to Rita and Chris, a Belgian couple who run a hostel in the Philippines called Nuts Huts! He is an English teacher and sounds like an English person, more so than us!! We have LOVED Oudtshoorn (pronounced out-swan) and are sad to leave but onto Knysna tomorrow :)
Peace out all of you at work!! Ha!