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Saturday, 17 September 2011

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Jeanne @ CookSister!

Oh I love your way with words ;o) Boulders is pretty awesome, isn't it?? Everyone expects penguins only to like ice sheets and then these little guys come along and blow all those preconceptions out of the water ;) Love Cape Point (and yeah, weird that there are ostriches and rather large antelopes poking about by the beach, isn't it?) The whale watching is fabulous too - the Southern Rights breed all the way down to Plettenberg bay which is where I have most often seen them - that whole coast is whale central!! Loving your account of the trip - and do I get a prize if I guess correctly that the next post will cover the Plett/Knysna area? ;o)

Boots in the Oven

Jeanne, are we that predictable? :-) The animal wealth of South Africa is stunning!

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