“And so with the sunshine and the great bursts of leaves growing on the trees, just as things grow in fast movies, I had that familiar conviction that life was beginning over again with the summer.”
― F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby
It’s been a busy weeks for me. After weeks of paper research and winter vacation planning, I finally edited a few photos from South Africa last weekend. Today’s post will bring you to Mossel Bay, South Africa. First stop were Diaz Museum, where you can see Bartholomew Diaz’s ship replica (and see what’s inside the ship!) and Old Post Office Tree, where people (sailor, mostly) used to drop letters inside a boot hung on a Milkwood tree. Near the museum, there’s a beach. It was the first time I wore a coat to the beach! Super windy and I managed to scooped a couple of snails (though mom forced me to let them free lol). There’re a lots of birds in South Africa, too. You can see on the photo below, I chased them all away hahaha 🙂
Aye, aye, Captain!
This was at the zoo. The lion and cheetah and all dangerous animals were kept in a cage down below. But we can touch the less aggressive ones, like the impalas. We can also adopt a baby lion (though they will be staying here at the zoo). And took picture with baby cheetah.