We didn’t know what to expect from Serendipity, a bed and breakfast at the eastern edge of the Garden Path known for its decadent meals. (click photo for story)
On our first full day in South Africa, we drove down to the Cape of Good Hope. Our Cape Towner host had casually mentioned that we’d probably see animals roving around, so when she looked ahead and asked us to make sure the car doors were locked, my stomach dropped. (click photo for story)
We returned to Aquila after an eventful safari to see the sole peacock strutting around with his tail flared. It was a stunning display of vibrant greens and blues. A nearby staffer told us that peacocks display their tails for seduction or to ward off a rival. (click photo for story)
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