I hugged Teya took a long look at the dogs and goats and headed for our hut.
I heard Nina’s screams; mine stuck in my throat.
What the screens and doors miss, our resident Girdled Lizard swallows whole.
I call them “once-in-a-lifetime” pets.
The down pokes out at crazy angles, making the juvenile penguins look kooky.
Midway through the crossing; I felt small.
Our flat is a tad “overdressed” but perfect for our needs.
An easy, breezy morning.
We didn’t find gold; we found something better, a flat.
We’ll keep looking.
If first impressions are important, and I believe they are, Cape Town is jaw-dropping.
I’m in an emotional limbo, leaving the familiar heading for the undetermined.