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... when you leave. (I'll have to ask Leonie how official they are bc it seemed to me like it was just Joe next door being a little entrepreneur for himself....Interesting.......).
Anyhoo - we spent about an hour or so in the jewelry store buying various items for ourselves and others and then climbed back in the car to continue our drive south. We passed some of the most beautiful beaches I have ever seen (monitored by men in "shark spotter" ...
As with my entire trip, my final week in Africa has flown by. The weather hasn't been great - after all, this is the height of the African winter - the rain has been continuous, and it's also been pretty cold, even by British standards! Mika and I spent a couple of days wandering around Long Street and Green Market Square, home to all sorts of interesting shops and cafes. On Friday, the two of us went on a small adventure up to ...
Happy Easter - to all.
We hope you are having quality time with your families.
The weather chart shows a mild sunny 18 degrees in the UK so we hope it is giving everyone a break after the very wet winter. For our friends in Georgia/Alabama it looks a though you have similar temperatures to us here in Cape Town but with cloud and some rain.
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... The area around the swimming pool had largish trees and was buzzing with birds. We saw, I'm sure, a juvenile Great Spotted Cuckoo flying off, with chestnut wing tips and a long tail. It's not on the official park list, and neither of our bird books (we bought a new and bigger book at Addo) show it as present in this area. But I'm sure. African red-eyed bulbul was another first for us, a pleasant change to the omnipresent and rather dull looking Cape bulbuls. Returning around ...
... it! Goldfish are brilliant, working their audience dancing on the sand in front of them, playing a lot of their own tracks, mixed with showing off their musical skills on the guitar, bass and saxophone too. At the end of the night, we head back to our apartment, knowing we'll be suffering a bit in the morning, but well worth it. Thankfully there's still a bit of life in the old dogs yet...