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... Wandered our way across to boulders bay, home of the Penguins! Paid for the beach entrance and spent a bit of time there. Stopping for an ice cream for the walk back. Then cutting it a bit fine we headed to Cape point..such an awesome place, we managed to catch the furnicular just before it closed. Walked up to the lighthouse and to the southern most tip before a long walk back down, making a dash to the car before the gates closed.
Day 3..early ...
... These places are always fun, with the amazing, and yet simple, things that can be done. Shevan and I particularly enjoyed the 'Science of Soccer' section, in which there was a encaged section similar to that of the Borussia Dortmund (for all those of you that are familiar with that) in which targets are spread around in a circle and, one after the other in a random order, they light up until hit with the ball. The aim is to hit as many of these targets in 30 seconds. It ...
... live animals...small anacondas, monkeys, red parrots, green parrots, amazon turtles, porcupine, crocodiles and a sloth. The best thing for us, although not particularly ethical, is that we can hold them. As I’m on camera duty I can’t hold them (I’m relieved!) but the kids and Anna do. The sloth is my favorite and I think it should be named Amazon Bear, sounds better. The anaconda is small but is already quite strong (so Anna says). Nina is a bit intimated and ...
... elephants, & just sat & watched as they grazed & inter-acted with each other. Several of them came right up to the bus & looked straight at us, and then just carried on with their business of eating! They weren't stressed or worried by us at all! A completely moving experience. Dolphins coming close to being toppled off the my number one favourite creature! Beautiful photos. Back for brekkie. Relax til High Tea, then ...
Testing, testing, is this thing on? I lift a furrowed brow to my phantom audience. So this is how people communicate in the 21st century. Blog, sounds more like an unwanted response to a dodgy meal.
I pat myself on the back in either case.
Of course it starts with a deep breath and a somber goodbye, like the beginning of most great adventures, except this time its my family leaving while i remain.The door to the ...
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