Le Marais Guest House
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... one of the volunteer houses and drank and chilled with heaps of the volunteers. We then jumped on the train to a little bar in the next town called Cape to Cuba. Just want to reassure everyone reading this that when we go out and do things like this we are never in a group smaller than probably 25. And we all stick together and it's safe! So don't worry! I have met a fellow Australian that is probably the coolest girl ever haha. She's so hilarious and is such a ...
... them running sideways but he was told to keep running anyway and they were running for so long we all thought they were heading straight over the edge down the mountain! But they did take off and we breathed a sigh of relief and I just prayed mine would be smoother!
I was with Wayne on my flight and we seemed to wait for so long for the wind to be right. I just couldn't believe the techniques they used to test when it was the right time to go. They ...
... tasty. We wished we had planned more time here - all day would not have been too long.
The World of Birds, which claimed to house 3,000 species of birds, and a variety of other animals, was disappointing. Although many birds where exhibited in walk-through cages, the atmosphere was depressing. In one of the cages an ibis attacked my pant leg and shoe. It was unable to do any harm, but its behavior was surprising.
... results were a little more painful. Lets just say my face (forehead) got a hammering.
[Edit] - It would appear the saffa sun, although not as powerful as the Kiwi sun, still packs a punch.
For the afternoon we headed down to a beach pub called "Dunes" where we paid £3 for 2x 500ml beers. A bargain in any country.
While there, I sampled the water temperature which was pretty icy. A bizarre thing for me, all ...
... to show. I waited for a bit taking photos before getting my second chance to go in the cage. This time I felt more comfortable of where to hook my feet and I knew when it was better to stay on top of the water for a better view. One of the sharks also attacked the cage a bit near our feet which was cool. Back in the boat it was getting rockier and I started to feel a bit off. At one point we were tipping so much the top level was getting splashed. I was glad when we ...