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... else triggers it, but you can imagine, this isn't the best country to leave your suitcases available to passers by. Got to the furthest point of the penguin colony and boardwalk and looked back along the shore. 'I'm sure our boot is open', said Jerry. You have never seen two people move so fast (well, not us anyway) mowing down anyone in our way. Turned out it was the car next to us. Well - at least it saved me gawping for hours at the little African Penguins. ...
... objects were a little odd too. It was fun looking at all the shop items.
Continuing on our walk around town, we saw row housing behind the church and were told that they used to be freed slave houses.
One large property housed a Toy and Miniatures Museum. We were curious about what was inside so we went in.
The museum houses a collection of 1:12 scale miniatures, doll houses, antique dolls and cars. In one room there ...
... Pretty much so I can brag to you all back at home! Hahha Alison and tony were so scared to do it ! But the atmosphere is so amazing up there with the dancing and music that they ended up jumping. Alison's video is hilarious because as they count down to jump she starts saying no no no and turns to them and they push her off hahahaha it sounds bad but she's glad they did it. She hated it but would have regretted not doing it. Tony was hilarious too because he was freaking ...
... and send me flying into the literally shark infested waters. Once the cage was secure we were told to move down to the main deck to put on our wetsuits. I took a few minutes more to watch the still circling shark and tell myself that this was happening no matter what. The first group of 5 people got into the cage and the crew dropped the lure (2 tuna fish heads on a line) into the water near the cage to draw the shark to viewing distance. As the water is quite merky, the shark needs ...
... and if I would have fallen I definitely would have broken a bone or 7. That was probably the first time I've ever felt like I could die (I'm probably exaggerating) and I loved every second of it. It was amazing to be climbing a mountain on the tip of South Africa and thinking "I could die here." I finally built up the courage to keep climbing and Nick also helped me a lot. I was so scared to fall, but when else could I say that I climbed a mountain ...