Arch Rock Seaside Accommodation
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... or a mongoose, it was an actual meerkat! I was so excited! Soon after the entire family came out one by one including two babies! It was my lucky day. Rudolf explained why the meerkats weren't afraid of us. He said that they were habituated, but in a way which didn't involve any food. You could talk, even shout around them and they weren't bothered, it was when you rustled your jacket or got too close that they started to worry. The entire family, even the ...
... the mound tearing it open to show us that pumpkin shoots had sprouted from undigested pumpkin seeds. Elephants digest less than half of what they eat so their dung contains many half digested elements. After a few more paces Sias showed us some fresher dung filled with Squash seeds. It is useful that elephant diet here is so good their dung doesn't smell.
We passed a fresh water hole - no ...
... with are great as is my German flatmate Max. I also love all the people I work with. It's just being away from close friends and family is starting to drag. It takes a while to people to adjust to me, my sense of humour and especially the way I talk so it's just sad that I'm not sharing this experience with people that have previously done all the leg work to get me so I feel like I'm constantly trying to speak properly or explain ...
... from the car park to the falls it took us about an hour, this included making photos and enjoying the beautiful views. On the way we saw seals, or they might have even been otters, as this walk is part of the otter trail, dolphins playing in the breaking waves plus some humpback whales making their way up the coast. We also saw huge crickets, big as an adult hand, and other crawling things. The waterfall is nice, some overnight hikers which were on the otter trail, were ...
... are vibrant people with smiling faces and a zest for life.
We drive to Hermanus to stay with my uncle, past shanty
towns, and sweeping views of mountains, seeing names of places I’ve long
since forgotten. We are treated to traditional hospitality and different
versions of life here.
Next morning, the 15th, we drive parallel to the blue jagged peaks of the Langeberg to Swellendam to
have lunch with Ria and family. ...