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... It was about 12 ft. long! The guide told us whoever got in the wetsuits first went down first, so naturally, I went in the first cage. 5 people could fit in the cage at a time. Elyse, Brady, and I were the first to get in from our group. The cage was attached to the side of the boat. We got in with a wet suit and face mask. Our heads were above the water until the guide yelled "down". That's when we would submerge ourselves and see the sharks underwater. It was ...
... jump”. I didn’t do
it. Why people would jump from a bridge? Seriously? But three of my roomates
did it so I actually went in the bridge with them for support. According to
them, the scariest part was to actually walk on the small gateway, from where
you could see everything. I mean the floor was made in wire netting, so that
was really scary. But when you get to the middle under the bridge, it feels
like you made it to a party. There were to ...
... it, gathered up their cubs and found a nice spot to settle down for a little sleep! Amazing to witness this so close.
On the way back to the lodge we came across a crocodile having a lovely bask in the sun and then it was home for a final brunch before heading back to the airstrip to catch the plane back to Johannesburg.
From Johannesburg to Cape Town and we finally made it to the house at about 6.30 to be met ...
... walk and were not allowed off the board walk. After looking at the penguins we decided to go for a swim At boulders, which was a beach filled with huge boulders hence the name, we swam in the ocean and laid on the beach for about two hours. Then we continued our journey down to Cape Point. Cape point, for those who don't know, is the very most ...
... on the side of the highway then ducking back in the fence home. And this was next to the piles of rubbish that had been thrown over the fence too. Such a contrast to where we had been a mere 30 minutes ago and somehow geographically ironic with Table Mountain, the Twelve Apostles and the city centre beckoning behind so grandly. South Africa continues to live in such a divide, I do wonder if the socioeconomic conditions will ever change. Weirdly though, it seems the longer ...