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... even after seeing the father of the family get a blood lip from doing it wrong (she bit his lip trying to get the pellet which was in his mouth). Ending this brilliant tour was the most strangest experiences of my life, riding an ostrich and receiving a neck rub from one! Firstly, the ride, Matt went first. Two ostrich 'jockeys' chased after one of the male ostriches and put a fabric bag over it's head to stop it from getting stressed, then they led it over to where ...
... because the course looks amazing. Dinner in the hotel tonight. They had a curry special on and it looked good so we had it. Included a local brew so a great end to a long day.
Later start tomorrow...wheels roll at 9:30. Some kind of treat in our future tomorrow. Will find out what it is in the morning. Tomorrow is our last full day before we head to Kapama where we spend 3.5 days on a game drive.
... overdrawn. That would be a pleasant yet dangerous surprise. Sorry if my life is a tad boring atm. Thanks everyone for reading though, just hit 300 views which is probably my parents reading it 290 times and another 10 which accidentally clicked the link on Facebook. Missing everyone but wouldn't trade places for a minute mate. Keep in touch guyz Ps, just got back from beach. More sunburnt than I think I've ever been. It all hurts so so ...
... 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 ...
... 8217; with wild kids in
the dunes eaking out the few last seconds of daylight, before walking back up
the hill for dinner. Plett is the
reason, I am sure, that I fell for Byron. Sweeping bays, surf, mountains in the
distance and people who have a
love for the outdoor life. I feel at home and love the looks on Lyndy, Archie and Pearl’s faces as they
see the wonder of the place for the first time.
Next morning we walk to the tip ...