Sandpiper Guest Cottages And The Oystercatcher Trail
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Packed up and left Taniqua for Oudtshoorn. Seen a Baboon as we left Taniqua. Travelled over the mountains through the clouds. We stopped for lunch on the way. We arrived in Oudtshoorn and found our accommodation in tents and then went to the cat Park. They had people in cages swimming with crocodiles though the crocs were to busy ...
A early start, car packed to the brim. Wilma as the youngest is squashed into the back, no place for a mouse! With great laughter and excitement we set off. The car shook the whole way.... From laughter! We met Josh and Jess in George and set off in convoy with ice cream cones and laughter. We could not believe our eyes.......... ...
... to the photos we take on chum trips.
Basically there is a grading system for the quality of each photo and its
viability to be used to match identification, and a few simple edits that can
be made in Adobe light room to help assist this. We then looked at the
population status information that had been compiled due to the data we had
collected. It was great seeing where all our work goes!
Our 2nd day in Kynsna was
bonkers! It was pouring when we woke up so while waiting for the rain to stop
we hung around in the hostel talking to the other travellers getting advice on
where to stop next and where to stay. We also chatted to a guy called Oran who
worked at the hostel as a tour guide. At first glance Oran was quite a scary
looking guy; about 40 years old and 6ft4 at least with jeans that ended above
his ankles and a ripped linen shirt that was clearly a ...
... the hill. I rip my shirt off and use it to swat back the encroaching army. No use. The invaders are two moves from checkmate. I kick off my shoes and undo my belt. Socks and pants come off in one quick motion. In just my underpants, I run in circles, karate chopping myself. Anyone who wasn’t interested in the first show was paying full attention now. Children left their tables and ran to the railing of the patio. The elderly fumbled to put back on their glasses. ...