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... here. And the buggy guide made sure we not only saw them all, but that the lady in the front had an opportunity to photograph them all! Got a bit slow and tedious, so we abandoned the buggy and walked back along the walkway in the forest canopy.
More tea, scones, cream and jam (might never see food again) before we headed back to the airport and our flight home.
All in all, a wonderful holiday and one that, I'm sure, we will remember for a long time.
... seeds so thats something I have never had before"
We had a lady come over and ask if we wanted our faces painted. Sure. Zulu face paint is an art form, white is the colour of peace. We wandered through the gardens a bit more but the gardens just were their thing! Understood!
From there we hopped on the bus again which went through the winelands to get to our next stop, the World of Birds & Monkey Jungle.
This WAS their thing! We raced to get to the ...
... also live there with their 3 lovely girls, so it has a very homely feel.
Armed with Rhonda's helpful tips & map we head out to start exploring.
Our 12 days in Capetown are busy as we explore the city & all it has to offer, enjoying the flavours of South Africa on all levels. We learn more about it's complex history, it's flora & fauna & it's people acquiring local sayings such as ...
... looked like Jurassic Park - it was just beautiful. And we had great weather too, which was a real blessing. We stopped in for Fish n Chips at a small place in Muzenberg, which is a big surf town. Watched some of the surfers there practicing - it's a really good beginners beach apparently. The fish was super fresh, though everything was just a bit too fried for my taste. I have a taste for many unhealthy foods, but fried foods are not one of them for whatever reason.
... central tarmac road as briskly as we could, and as soon as we got a view across to the Hapoor Dam waterhole where we'd been yesterday, we couldn't believe our eyes. First we noticed all the tourists' cars, but then we saw they were looking at a herd of well over 100 elephants. We hurried down as fast as we dared in a 40km speed limit area with critically endangered animals crawling across the road. It was a sight I will never forget. The elephants were all milling around the ...