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... had hoped for a hunky native!! But you can't have everything!!! We settled into the lounge drinking pink champagne until we felt that we might disgrace ourselves if we had any more and retired to our suite to sleep it off before lunch!!! Next it was lunch time and being absolutely starving !! Not!! We then consumed salmon tartare, seafood soup , ostrich and a blackcurrant mousse or blackberry soup!! Yet more wine so time for another sleep! We got chatting to a couple of ...
... headed inside when it the sun finally set. We had homemade burgers and salad for dinner.
Sitting around the house, I watch the two Jack Russell’s, Rocky and Lilly, scratch and themselves like mad. They have a problem with fleas at the moment, and watching them makes me feel itchy. Its driving me insane, and I can only image how the dogs must feel.
Anyhoo, it’s another day beginning and we're off to go exploring.
Photo's to follow ...
... draping over the flat topped mountain, thus the name "Table Mountain."
Cape Town is affectionately called "The Mother City." It is the oldest South African city, but not the capital. The lesser known city of Pretoria takes that title.
In 1487, the Portuguese explorer, Bartholomew Dias was the first European to sail across the most southern tip. He appropriatetly named it ...
... them on discovery channel just has no comparison to being in the water and having this beast come at you head first. I was fortunate enough to have the bait close enough to me that a saw one shark "air jaws" out of the water and back in. I’ve seen this on TV, but never from the angle of below the shark. I know it sounds like a fish tail, but it happened so fast I couldn’t get video of it, but just like most of South Africa, it was simply ...
... South Africa. I’ll never forget my time there, the colors, the music, the people, the beauty. My experiences here opened my soul, reignited my hopes for a better world and I feel like I now have a small understanding of what they mean when they talk about the spirit of Africa. Someday I’ll be back and see even more of this great continent. After all, I didn’t even see a lion or an elephant or a zebra so I have to come back for that! : ...