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Andy: some say the most dangerous animal in Africa is the rhino, others the hippo. It's neither. It is a dangerous David. The early signs of an attack are when the volume on the radio goes just above off. Look into it's eyes. A flicker of craziness starts and there's only one way this is going to end. It's predatory instincts are heightened even further when drum and bass, dubstep, or heaven forbid, Enrique Inglesias starts playing. Now dangerous Dave is ready to pounce. One ...
... coast. On drive back we saw a baboon and som bantongs in the distance. Steph also swerved to miss a tortoise and stopped to show us. Onwards to have lunch by the sea . Black marlin in Simons town Next up was a land base Penguin colony near Simons Town. Soo cute - Steph got some great footage (posted on his Facebook page or might be flyin safaris page. Big day so light dinner at fav restaurant and early ...
We went to Table Mountain today and walked up it. Dale and Emily done it in one hour twenty. Vicky and Tanisha done it in about two hours and Dad and I done it in about two and a half hours. I had to drag Dad up he's a bit unfit. When we got to the top we had a look at the scenery went to the shop Dad was that proud of me for walking up he said he would by me anything, ...
... make us what we are – a place of pilgrimage for all humankind. It is not only a place of ongoing scientific discovery into our origins, but also a place of contemplation – a place that allows us to reflect on who we are, where we come from and where we are going to-
There are 13 excavated sites which have been identified within the area. These have already been internationally-recognised in the ...
... and nourish all life on earth. To understand how all life is inter-related is to recognise in other lives the same needs as our own, of seeking food and shelter, and the kinship of others.
Adapted from Literature of the Cape Town Aquarium.
The southerly winds have dropped and a calm settles through the city. Flags are still and trees remain upright again. The wild waters are smooth and take on the ...