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... and Indian Ocean meet. It's a rugged, windswept coastline and the graveyard for many a ship. There is also a lighthouse, but we did not have time to explore it.
The Agulhas National Park was established in l999, and the Agulhas Plain is internationally recognized as an area of critical biodiversity significance. The inclusion of the southernmost tip into the Park has elevated the status of the area, locally, nationally and ...
... donate with your bill, a pretty good idea I thought.
Saturday was gorgeous so I took the advice of my dorm mate and hopped on the city sightseeing peninsula tour. If you're ever in Cape Town I'd strongly recommend doing this as it takes you outside of the city to places you'd struggle to get to without a car. First stop was Kirstenbosch botanical gardens, huge gardens containing only indigenous plants at the foot of Table Mountain. It would be ...
... the desert. One of them had only one horn. Was it a unicorn? We had sandwiches at the park's picnic site half way along the route, protected from the alleged lions by an electric fence, watching sweet little black and white fairy flycatchers fluttering in and out of the shading acacia trees. When we got back to the rest camp we had a quick dip in the pool which seemed even colder than yesterday. Robbie rescued six tiny frogs that had fallen into the highly chlorinated water. Then ...
So this is our last day in Cape Town and the beginning of our travel blog, I am hoping that the kids take the time to write about their trip in Italy and can share with all those out there some of the fun stuff that happens over there. It has been a ...
... long. There were not hundreds but thousands of shacks that were crammed ...