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Cape Cross Seal

Cape Cross Seal Reserve can be found on the west coast of Namibia and is the largest Fur Seal colony in the world with a population of around 250,000 seals. Fur Seals are categorised by the presence of ears which other species lack.

On visiting the reserve one of the first things you will notice is the distinctive and pungent smell as well as the cacophony of noise emanating from these creatures. The seals tend to ignore visitors but this individual seemed to take a particular interest in me.


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My partner Carol and I set off on a 400 day long trip around the Indian Subcontinent. Travelling mainly by local bus it proved to be an extraordinary adventure as we rubbed shoulders with many interesting people and visited fascinating places. We travelled through Sri Lanka, much off India and into Nepal and wrote the book Cardamom Days upon which my blog is based. We wanted the trip to be extraordinary and extraordinary is what it proved to be.



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