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14 Feb

Anyone for cricket

The Cape Town weather is famously unpredictable & variable. Yesterday was wet & cool and today was HOT HOT HOT but beautiful. There was barely a breath of wind and not a cloud in the sky and the air was clean.

We had exquisite views of Hout Bay

The walk took us along cliffs and ledges

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And along the way we came along this handsome cricket sitting on a pincushion Protea. Notice the fine hairs on the leaves of the protea. One theory suggests that these hairs clog the mouthparts of browsing insects and discourage them from eating the leaves.