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Day 18- Fish River Canyon to Orange River
We left quite late as we didn't have to go far but we were doing a border crossing which is always interesting. Driving through the absolute middle of nowhere! Everyone fell asleep except Alice who was reading my book by Bill Bryson. At one point she screamed so loudly with laughter she woke everyone up.
We passed some vineyards and a big sprawl of tiny empty shacks and then a huge Spar shop. It was ...
... we needed to go when we came out of it...we all played a role and with the exception of a few windshield wiping vs. turn signal mishaps (in reverse places from what the drivers were used to) all went safely and smoothly and the drivers did a great job.
We headed up to Table Mountain around 6pm, noting before we left the house that while it had gotten fairly windy out cable cars were still making the climb up the mountain. We were all pretty ...
Today Kelsey brought us to the Greenmarket Square before we went to go see Becky Ackerman at UCT's Archaeology department.
Firstly, I nearly froze to death last night. What the hell Africa?!?
Secondly, breakfast was delicious.
Third, I need to stop spending so much damned money...Aaron is going to kill me.
Fourth, I had another Bio Anth experience.....need I say more? Why have all the cultural anth experiences cost me money or ...
... luxury (and real coffee ) in our massive room Quick run to the Waterfront for a bite of Breakfast them a drive up to the base of Table Mountain with Rob and Joyce. Took the cableway up to the summit and started to feel at home again! Afterwards a short drive to signal hill to watch the most amazing sunset I've seen then on to the casino for dinner and a wee ...
... on wind sheltered, safe beaches. Their distinctive "donkey like" braying gave rise to their former name of "Jackass" Penguin. Several specie of South American Penguin have been found to make similar sounds - hence the name change to African Penguin.
Although sited very close to a residential area, it is one of the few sites where this endangered bird can be seen at close range, ...