…in South Africa than the wonderful wines & food.
Don’t forget about the beers.
Once again I have been driving down the wonderful Garden Route along the southern coast line of South Africa.
This was my fourth time at the Cape of Good Hope, but it is always impressive and I have the feeling beeing at a very special place. Already driving south from Cape Town via Chapman’s Peak Drive is always a great experience and than spotting those cute penguins again is just fun.
Are they not cute those Dassies? I love them, but be careful…they bite and as a friend of mine told me…they are one of the most dangerous animals in South Africa. Probably more people have been killed by a Dassie attack than by any other animal in Africa…hahahaha…but please be aware, sometimes they really bite.
Although it feels like being in a zoo, those elephants are still impressive. Never forget…they always will remain wild animals.
I like ostriches…but I prefer them as steak on my plate. But those eyes…are they not beautiful?…but still like them as steak.
Hi to all that are still following. Beeing back in Cape Town for a full week is just great. I love this city.
This time I went to all the places I have not seen before and probably spent more time in different bars than ever.
It really has changed since the first time I have been here some 17 years ago. Thanks for everything you wonderful home away from home
I love being in the Kruger Park. Seeing those animals in real nature, without any fences is just a great experience. And trust me, never fuck with an elephant. He will win.
This time the walking safari was way more fun than the last one I did in the park. The walk started at 5 o’clock in the morning, but it was worth waking up that early. This time we saw animals which we absolutely didn’t expect to see. Standing 15 m in front of a Black Rhino is just a thrilling experience. I would had already been happy to see one in the far distance from the car, but standing in front of two of those was even better. My only recommendation is: Don’t move…they will not see you.
If you think there might be enough space to overtake…just don’t do it…take your time.
There should be better places to relax and feed your bread…but there you go…maybe the asphalt is just too cozy.
Those giraffes are probably as curious as you are…as long as you stay in the car…but as soon as you walk they start running…and they are fast.