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... zebras, cudu, tortoises, buffalo, goshawks, falcons, vultures, dung beetles and a jackal. The highlight if the drive was running into a large family of elephants, with numerous young elephants playing in front of the vehicle and then the whole family walking straight past the van, pretty much touching the sides of our vehicle. This was a great morning and a fitting climax to some amazing game ...
... but not as ‘dangerous’ as we had anticipated!
After an active morning, we decided to do the long drive up to Montagu town. This is in the Robertson Wine Valley and we got to drive along a bit of the scenic R62 through the rocky and rugged mountains. It was late when we arrived so we looked for accommodation and settled at the Anchorage Inn for the night. ...
... looked out over the sea too, it was
perfect! On our fist day there we sat on our beds looking out at the ocean
talking about how lucky we were when we spotted what looked like a black
Labrador bouncing about in the water...It was a seal! Then we saw 2, 3, 4 more!
That night we had decided to have a little portable BBQ for dinner. With no obvious area set up for BBQs we decided to set up in the corner of the car park. -We were told off within 10 minutes ...
... was because he waved as the bus pulled away. This is my holiday so as far as I am concerned this is the way it went down. I waved back and we were off to Cape Town.
The ride was quiet and long. I talked with Adam a bit but spent most of my time watching the beautiful scenery. When we got to Cape Town I was going to have to move quickly. We dropped everyone off…Adam said he would call the next day.
I was going to have dinner ...
... a nibble at my shoe which was a bit freaky but they are such beautiful animals and Marc and I will never forget our morning there. The sanctuary also has one male leopard however only the guides are allowed into its enclosure as it would probably want us for dinner! Although the leopard was very comfortable with the guide being by it we also got to witness how powerful and dangerous these cats are when he jumped on the guide twice and started trying to ...