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Day 9 Stage 8...........410km's
Enjoyed your stay at Warmwaterberg Resort, awoken by peacock's this morning. A very cold start to our journey this morning, thank goodness for my blankie.
Headed for Riversdale, through the beautiful Gracia Mountain pass, definitely Sunday super bike roads!! Driving through the cloud cover was beautiful. Riversdale is very green ...
... I swear its mother was trying to give it the slip!
Then we came back to the village. And checked out the Elvis and Marilyn themed bar where we wanted to eat tonight. It will be closed unfortunately, so we had a quick look around and a coffee before coming back here for a couple of hours by the pool.
Now a bit stiff so off for a shower and some dinner - but not with 50's icons!
Had dinner in a pizza hut - quite literally. It was a rustic kind ...
... delicious! When we got home, we were exhausted and took a nap to refresh. Then we went to Main Street to explore and decided to have an early dinner at The Table. It was yummy! When we got back to Bosavern Vivian and Gerald had some wine with us (owners of the guest house). They are such a neat couple and so sweet. They had left a small bottle of champagne in our room earlier as a engagement gift. It was so thoughtful of them. We really enjoyed listening to all their stories. Good times ...
... 5000 years but was much much older. He sailed on the HMS Beagle and visited Cape Town in 1836. Further along the coast is a penguin colony. They sounded like donkeys in the bushes and that is where they get their nickname of Jackass Penguins. The young penguins are born fluffy and cannot swim until the grow their waterproof feathers. We saw them swim in the sea and they looked like they were flying underwater. On land they are extremely ...
... our first elephant. A big bull was so close I could almost have touched him. I did shut my window quickly in case he mistook my red camera for a tasty treat.
We are staying in a traditional rondawel over looking a water hole – quite lovely.
We had the most delicious dinner tonight – venison potjie with baked potatoes and a bottle of an old favourite, Boschendal Blanc de Noir, then to the sound of jackals calling drifted off to ...