Courtyard Hotel Cape Town
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... the Flying Dutchman. Our hair (and possibly faces) were so rearranged by the wind that George burst out laughing when he saw us. It reminded me of another windswept, freezing time (complete with a snowstorm) at Thredbo.
As we drove out we saw a baboon race to an open car door of a parked car (which had people in it) and steal some chocolate which was in the door pocket. One of the passengers did a brief tug of war but sensibly gave up and the baboon sat a few feet ...
... new houses for extremely poor people. After we arrived, Silke showed me my "new home" for the next month. Later on we picked up Finlay and Conor from their schools. After a short break Finlay, Silke and I went to Muizenberg beach. But it was so cold and windy, that we left the beach after a few minutes. Later on I met Andy, my host dad. And after we had supper I went to bed.
Day 20 - 18 Dec.
A rest day, lounging by the pool with a beer or two. Dinner at the lodge with a selection of nice wines.
Time to reflect on our Safari trip.:
Camping was no hardship, the crew did all the work putting up and taking down of tents, cooking and washing up afterwards. Food was typical camp type food - simple but very edible and tasty.
We saw a great number of interesting ...
... JB - The comfort of tent #9 - Beautiful scenery outside my window - Friendly faces - Diversity - Joes pancakes - All the chocolate eating - Wiley, the big yellow truck The things I won't miss: - Putting my tent up and down - Long driving days in a hot truck - Luke - Chores - Crackers for lunch - Grubby fingernails and feet - Early morning starts - Lack of wifi - All the chocolate eating - Wiley, the big yellow ...
... so much a hike as a scramble, with thousand foot drops off your side and no railing. There’s a part of it that’s a via ferrata – with ladders and some handholds, but for the most part it’s just you and your feet. It’s not a straight climb – there are generally handholds and footholds all over the place but it was a little nervewracking. It’s sort of interesting because when I first got here at ...