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... being attached to your phone or computer constantly. You don’t realise how much the internet can weigh you down if you are constantly reading or writing things on social media that just aren’t relevant in any way to your life.
Anyway, hopefully next time I will be able to speak in more detail about the things I have been up to. But for now, bye!!
Lots of love, Hannah xx
... and then with Pinky, a slightly smaller male. They circled and circled for almost three hours (not all at once, although I did get to see two sharks nearby at the same time), which was just incredible. I still can't snorkel, for the record, but after a minute or so of sort of attempting to, I just gave up and went to holding my breath, which was good enough. It was incredible. Also of note - bring polarized sunglasses. I'm pretty sure mine are ...
... or animals walking in the roads. The area is pretty wealthy and there are a lot more white people.
Storm’s River is a river that runs into the ocean through a fairly deep gorge. We went to the Tsisikamma National Park, which is a NP of coast line where the river meets the ocean (Storm’s River Mouth), and did a short trek at the river mouth and walked on a suspension bridge over the river mouth. The camping in the NP was so close to ...
... for a few more drinks and watched a good local band. On Saturday I was hoping to join Phills at the Love & Lite day festival in Paarl but unfortunately it was sold out so it was another day spent by the pool which I can't complain about really! That evening Geoff, Jamie and I joined some of his friends for drinks at a trendy bar in Mouille Point before heading to The Mexican Kitchen on Long Street for sombreros, nachos, margaritas and tequilas which turned into a really ...
... So now we'll have to stop on our way back to Cape Town.
Now on to our major destination...The Cape of Good Hope. It was next to impossible to get photos at the sign with the bus loads of Chinese tourists. They're not very courteous. So Peter said just get behind the sign and he took the picture. We walked out to some of the rocks, took our photos and video and on our way until we saw the ostrich on the road so of course everyone stops for ...