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... the way we stopped along the road at an ostrich farm and had some discoveries. First we saw another type of antelope, the Bonteboc. We also saw the male Ostrich prancing for the female as part of the mating ritual. And lastly, we learned how destructive the Chacma Baboons can be. They tried to terrorize the ostriches only to be chased off by a ...
... not there this morning), when a lady asked me how the tumble drier worked. In a language she could understand I pointed out the correct button to press and she was very grateful. A short while later (I had a number of shirts to iron) another lady came in and asked how long the wash cycle was in the washing machines and I helpfully informed her that it was about forty minutes and she was very grateful. Having fulfilled my objectives for the day early in the morning I felt that ...
We woke up before breakfast this morning. Took a stroll around the neighborhood and saw some pretty unbelievable houses. When 7 came around we enjoyed some yogurt, eggs and fruit at Underburg. We then walked a few blocks and browsed through a few local shops. Then the jet lag hit us. We tried to fight back but did not win. We took a good nap, fought again and won! We gathered our things ...
Walk the route I did before across the plateau. Stunning views. Hardly any wind and it's so silent. Stop and listen. To silence. Not a breath of air. No extraneous noise. Whatsoever.
Make Maclear's Cairn. At 3,500ft the higest point of Table Mountain. Amazing views of Cape Point. Sense of direction confused by the sun. It goes east to west via north. Not what us northerners are used to.
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... us four against 10 kids then later on it started to become more even. While we were playing, I kept thinking about how the field conditions were horrible and how I hope I don’t hurt myself since my shoes were awful and I was wearing scrubs. But once I started observing the 15 yr old boys, I noticed that they had no shoes on at all and that they were just completely enjoying themselves. It is a good way for them to stay away from drug and alcohol abuse and gangs – it gives them ...
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A bit expensive but very good service
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