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... new 'home' at Knysna.
We do enjoy hearing from you all, so please click the 'comment' tab and give us some feedback. The weather here just gets better and better and the scenery in the Cape is so beautiful. We are very privileged to be in this gorgeous country. On the downside, we were appalled to see the endless shanty towns that stretch along the M2 for miles and miles; sadly, the good life isn't working for everyone in South Africa.
... and areas need year-round protected status. Along the way we will also learn about all different types of sharks and how diverse they are.
As I arrived there was about 10 other people there as well, and the scientists gave us a brief of what we would do that day. We jumped straight into it after that, we would catch the sharks (safely) while on boats and ...
... hostel here in CT!
On Sunday, we had a slower day, making a leisurely trip towards Hermanus, where we wandered around and got some lunch. Then we headed back to Cape Town, stopping at Betty's Bay to see the penguins! They were adorable, and the coastline was breathtaking.
At around 5pm, we arrived back in Cape Town.
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... name when someone finally starts their own agency....The wine in the area is predominantly red but a number of the wineries in the area also have white varieties growing over the hill along the coast. Enjoyed sampling MCC (South Africa's version of champagne and very good), Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Riesling, Merlot, Cab Sauvignon, Shiraz, Port and my new found favourite red, Pinotage. Had some divine meals, literally the most beautiful meat ever ...
... sun was setting in another. And no Baz Bus ride back to Cape Town is complete without the playing of the "Welcome to Cape Town" jingle which tells you to put on your dancing shoes and enjoy that famed city by the seaside. Again, I wouldn't say it really has that traditional African music sound but instead plays more like a 1950s infomercial advertising the coconut-clad girls and swanky beach resorts of pre-Communist Cuba to wealthy Americans.