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... only 9am! We began our tour as just us two before a family of 5 (with 3 boisterous kiddies) joined in. Argh! We were shown all around the farm beginning with the incubators for some of the HUGE ostrich eggs, then we got to meet and feed their pigmy ostrich, she was sweet. Moving on, we then got to meet another ostrich which we got a 'hug' from ---> she coiled her long neck around us (prompted by food of course!). Matt received a kiss from her (also prompted by ...
... a film. I don't get student loan this year as it's a gap year but saved money from working at primark all summer. Those of you that spoke to me through July and August would've hear my complain often. Didn't save as much as anticipated as I pussied out and actually bought insurance but getting tipped for tours is a turn of events I did not expect. Trying really hard to save them so I might enter freshers in 3rd year ...
... that serves as a reminder of the many serious problems in this country. With a 25% unemployment rate and a large number of people living on less than $100 a month, South Africa's income gap has no easy solution. I've passed by a large number of these townships since arriving here, but seldom is it so blatantly obvious as it was in Plettenberg Bay.
We arrived at the tiny town of Storms River, which serves as a gateway to ...
... maybe showering is more the appropriate term, whilst others just enjoyed the views.
The water is very brown which comes from the tannin, but is perfectly safe.
On the way back we walked until the Blue Duiker trail started and decided to do that loop which should have brought us back to the car park. The path is quite steep inside the forest. After about 45 min, we had to cross the main road. We decided that we do not really want to walk in the forest whilst ...
... Cape Town, and
a man with many aliases ‘Wings of Steel’ and ‘too many things to do is never
enough’, Rob makes his pilgrimage
back to Plett from Canada at least once a year.
For me, Plett is where my grandparents lived, Archibald was
the dentist here, Chairman of the angling club , and Janet, my lovely warm
‘Granny-Jan’. Summers spent
learning to swim, beachcombing and playing ‘Skop die ...