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... by that point, and frankly my excitement caused
me the need to surface and yell cheers of amazement. The rest of the day saw more
great whale action from the surface; tail slapping, fin slapping and breaching,
rounded off the incredibly long day with more action from the gannets and
After yesterdays’ incredible encounter we
predicted today would seem dull in comparison, and the morning proved this,
seeing little more than a ...
... dunes (the famous large red ones) lie in a national park that is three times the size of Scotland. We initially intended on camping, but had both had enough by then so decided to book in to a lodge. It was a great idea, with great food, friendly staff and beautiful rooms. We also decided to plump for the guided tour of the dunes. Again, this was well worth it. It was nice to be driven, with some useful info, and knowing where the best spots are. The ...
... home yet, and it was good to see a familiar face! The first outing was to the rugby club end of season awards dinner, with Alice and myself. This pretty much went along the lines of all rugby dinners the world over, ending up in a late night and a sore head the next day! What is astounding is that it cost 50 rand per person (£3.50), including 3 course meal, wine and a bar tab. Unbelievable value. George got to meet some local East Londoners, and a ...
... to expect. At least now I knew I was going back to a great place, and a life that we are really enjoying. Plus Sam was here and I had missed him a lot. We spend so much time together that it felt really weird to be apart; I suppose it's just what you are used to. Sam's mum and dad came to meet me for my albeit brief stop over at Heathrow which was so lovely and such a great effort on their part. It was such a bonus to see them, but emotional to say goodbye. ...
... and bars full of middle aged white people essentially! It was also so quiet, there was only us an 3 other backpackers in the whole place and walking to dinner at night you could easily not see another person! The beach was lovely again though and the activities we did meant we got to see more of the natural beauty of the garden route. We finally also managed to get some fresh seafood after waiting nearly 2 months! We went a bit crazy and ordered the seafood extravaganza ...