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... My tour was organised by Acacia Africa, and I can't rate them highly enough if you like a bit of adventure and aren't afraid of camping! Finally, if that's not your thing, and you'd prefer being transported to Africa from the comfort of your own sofa, then Paul Theroux's "Dark Star Safari" is a fantastic read.
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... the cable cars don’t run in high wind (they are closed 60-90 days a year due to wind). This time around, we were determined not to miss out. And what a perfect day for it!! We took the easy way out and rode the aerial cableway to the top of the iconic mountain, which creates such a striking backdrop to this amazing city, and is also one of the new 7 Wonders of nature. The cable car takes you 1200 metres up, and has a genius design where the floor of the cable car ...
... more horizontal than vertical watching the boats in the harbour and enjoying the rays of the sun. Its tough this travelling lifestyle!
After a couple of hours spent relaxing it was time for Janine and I to head to Georgia and Calvin's place for a braai/BBQ. Even though J9 is from Cape Town sometimes navigating our way to places is a little bit of a challenge. To help us get to our BBQ I enlisted the help of some free ...
Day 41 A few of us woke up at 7am, and were picked up at 7:30. We had a 2 hour drive, then finally reached our final destination. Today I went cage diving with great white sharks!! We had breakfast, orientation, then we went on the boat! Be drove for about 20 minutes before we reached the best place to find sharks. We passed so many big whales just floating around. We got to our spot, I threw on my wet suit, and was the first in the cage! We got wet suits ...
... Kudu, Springbok, venison sausage and ostrich with sides of traditional African carbs made from maize meal. It was delicious and even better there was a live African Samba band who were incredible. Despite the fact we were all a bit tired we had a great night.
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