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... bottle of that rather good South African Sauvignon. We finally arrived home this evening exhausted and sun-burnt but altogether pleased with ourselves for having achieved some serious rubber-necking.
We have another four full days here before we set off on Wednesday for Stellenbosch. This is an early blog but we just wanted to let the family know we are in one piece and to wish you all a very happy New Year and all the best for 2015. Talk soon...
... and the people living there.
We unexpectedly had another township tour included with our overland camping trip. This was a completely different experience, and less enjoyable. We were driven to one of the tin houses in the informal settlement (at the very edge of the settlement) where our host, a lady with children but no income, sat on the sofa breastfeeding her baby. Our guide told us about life ...
... rien. C'est mainenant que la course commence vraiment.
Je suis content d'avoir pris les choses relax, car mes jambes sont maintenant de plus en plus lourdes, et la pente se fait de plus en plus raide. Je m'arrête parfois, pour boire ou parce que la personne devant moi s'arrête pour boire et se remettre à courir devient difficile. Finalement, j'arrive au sommet, mais la course n'est pas finie. Il reste encore 10km de descente abrupte et courtes montées, ...
Then we were off to the Cape of Good Hope via False Bay. The drive again was beautiful and the scenery breathtaking. Lots of clicking cameras! We had 30 minutes wandering at the actual Cape but not the time to walk the very steep path to the top. From there onto the bus and a short drive to the funicular and a ride to the top of Cape Point. We then drove back to Cape Town stopping to view baboons and eland on the drive back to the hotel, which took ...
... and lakes that they can roam on. Lions are the only animals that live in their own area on the reserve - since they'd kill the other animals. We first drove up to the elephants- there were two of them, boys, 17 and 19. That Saturday morning the two of them got into a fight and their tusks had broken off so they had to fly in a vet and put them to sleep to help repair their tusks - or else they would be in a lot of pain and potentially could die from infections. Because of ...