Port View House
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... fires they would go extinct! Controlled fires, of course, would be preferable. The fire George spoke of was not controlled and in danger of jumping across roads and destroying property.
When we got to the wharf, G was told that our original boat was not going out to sea as it was too choppy - and we'd been transferred to another boat (presumably bigger) run by another company. There was a quartet of elderly coloured men performing and I wondered if they were the ...
... in a cage only a meter away from the 4 meter tall vicious killer. With the new GoPro I was equipped to capture this insane experience and it was more intense than I could possibly imagine. First 5 minutes in and already a 4 meter big shark came charging for the bait, which was accidentally floating just in front of the cage. With only a visibility of 2/3 meters it was a total shocker to see the beast charging at the cage within seconds.
To finish off the birthday ...
... street started to feel like Burbon Street with the revelry on the balconies.
The road was shut down to traffic at one point. We continued on and it seemed like there was a food truck festival. There were 15 or so food trucks with dozens of people waiting in line. As much as the food trucks were appealing the lines seemed a bit long.
A bit further up we walked into what appeared to be a Mardi Gras parade. There were people in ...
... boat that took us out to Robben Island was the Susan Kruger the same boat that was used to transport the prisoners..... We paid close attention to the safety briefing as Grunta spotted a sign saying the fire equipment and pump was not up to standard and they had been given an extension to sort out the issues..... Once we reached the island the tour was conducted in two parts. Firstly a bus tour around ...
... the penguins. I had my hopes high to see a variety of penguins, unfortunately, we only saw the native SA penguins. It was also a not a surprise that a seal didn't crash the penguin party. John told me to let it go, but I just couldn't.
We then went down to the Cape of Good Hope (the southern most point of Western Africa). John, Andrew and I did some nice rock wall climbing. I have to say, had I known that we ...