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Feeding elephants and watching a wildebeest give birth

I should begin this post by giving a little shout out/thankyou to the wonderful Helen and Rasheida at Mile Crunchers Backpackers in Mossel Bay ( 608 more words

Solo Female Travel

Natural rock pool

Today was a perfect day to look for new places to discover. Its extremely hot in the Cape so we decided to go West and see if we couldnt find any nice beaches or waterparks and that is when we discovered a natural rock pool. 139 more words


Walking with Lions in Mossel Bay

One of the best experiences I had whilst in South Africa was to spend a morning walking with two absolutely beautiful 16 month old lions. Unlike in many Asian countries, these animals are not drugged, caged, tranquilised, collared or mistreated in any way. 363 more words

Solo Female Travel

Weldoeners red 100'e robbe wat uitspoel

Gepubliseer/Published in Beeld 29 Desember 2014,

Honderde babarobbe het op strande naby Robbe-eiland in Mosselbaai uitgespoel en is deur goedhartiges van ‘n gewisse dood gered, die jong robbe is nog nie sterk genoeg om teen die sterk strome te swem nie en spoel glo jaarliks op die strande uit. 46 more words

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Mossel Bay, South Africa: The Origin and Survival of Humans

The caves at Cape St. Blaize saved humanity from extinction. Twice. Of course, Mare and I must hike the St. Blaize Trail eight miles along the rugged coast in the brutal African sun to visit. 353 more words

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Email 27 Garden Route, Cape Town and homeward bound

March 13 – 23

Hi Everybody,

Safe and sound back in London, UK after our wonderful trip with lots of adventures. Just wanted to pick up from Mossel Bay and finish off the trip. 2,308 more words