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Walk in Africa / Climate change  / Making the most of climate change
6 Jun

Making the most of climate change

Instagram pano copy smallDuring the past month I have done a lot of walking and guiding around Cape Town and the weather has been (scarily) spectacular.

Glenny SmitsAccording to the website http://www.myweather2.com, based upon historical records the average rainfall in Cape Town for the month of May should be 63 mm which falls on 14 rainy days in the month. This past May we received only 22 mm of rain, which fell during 3 rainy days in the month!

ER Paradise smallI’m loving the weather . . . but quite honestly I’d prefer some rain!

Lions Head