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... Moving from a Kamloops type of terrain, lots of scrub land. A major livelihood appears to be sheep, cattle and ostrich ranching, with no real shortage of any of them. We also saw some vervet monkeys along the highway, springbok, and several distinct types of birds.
As we crossed over the Outeniqua Pass and began our downward drive we entered what I would regard as ...
... mandela, be aswell findin out about him since im in south africa. The girl behind the counter was amazed my surname was King. Supposedly thats a really cool surname haha. George,well south africa in general is a little like new zealand in how things look and are kinda behind the times although its alot busier than new zealand is. Tomorow is gonna be an early one, up at 5:30am to drive for 4 hours to shark lady, not looking forward to ...
A really early start on what was going to be the last game drives in Africa. We arrived at Addo just before 6am and were herded onto a large safari vehicle for a 2 hour game drive. It was a packed drive in which we saw a tremendous variety of animal, we started by running into a large family of elephants, then 2 sleeping male lions, buffalo, cudu, jackals, buzzards, springbok and another large pack ...
East London to Knysna What a difference a day makes . . . Woke up to greyness; nice and cool but totally grey. Set off by 8.30am; imagined the weather would clear, but it didn't. Misty, drizzly, sometimes rainy, and a lot of the time too foggy to see more than 200m! Arrived early-ish afternoon at the HomeBase Hostel in Knysna (not bad for R420). Took ...
... course, what do we see playing in the ocean? One lone Cape Clawless Sea Otter, a pack of 50 dolphins, and 1 humpback whale. Apparently we were very lucky to see these as the season for whales to be around this area is supposed to be around August, not June.
We arrived on the beach and spent about 30 minutes playing around with jumping pictures, and topped it off with an ice cold beer served by who I'm pretty certain was the only queen in Nature's Valley.