Whale View Manor
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... who live on Duiker Island just off shore. They were quite the comedians, they would roll on their backs and put their flippers over their eyes, or all roll on their sides and wave a flipper at us. The aroma of this seal island was not the most pleasant, but the Atlantic Ocean in the area was very clear and clean over all. There is a small castle on the hill above Hout Bay that was modeled after Nieuwschwanstein Castle in ...
... of ear-shot of the sentry, he or she takes over and keeps a look out until the others have past. We left the Meerkat family to their foraging at about 9am which worked out well - I was in time to "forage" for my breakfast at the guest house! And, in case you're wondering, the "Shy Five" are the Meerkat (the only diurnal entrant on the list), Aardvark, Porcupine, Bat-eared fox and Art Wolf. I was fortunate enough to see the latter two but the final two are still on my ...
... pleasant place I have ever had to drive. The scenery is quite awesome as you drive, and everyone is so nice on the road.
-"Oh it looks like these people behind me are going faster but we are on a one lane road, let me just drive on the shoulder until they pass me."
-"Oh you let me pass you, let me just turn on my flashers so you know I appreciate it."
I had a stop and then made it to my new B&B at about 1 pm. My room wasn't quite ready so ...
Today was the all about one of the elementary schools in Manenberg called Manenberg Primary School. Last year, there was a group of students who came to work specifically in Manenberg Primary School for six weeks. They made some pretty strong connections with some of the children, and when they found out that we were going to be in Manenberg, they gathered up a bunch of school supplies for us to bring to give to Manenberg Primary School. So ...
Today’s South African adventures had me thinking about several things to be thankful for.
1. How lucky we all are to be here in South Africa seeing the gorgeous landscape.
2. Our health, as the terrain today certainly wasn’t easy as we hiked around Boulders Beach, climbed up Cape Point to the lighthouse, and hiked to the top of the Cape of Good Hope.
3. The bucket list items I’ve checked off ...