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badly. You just have to get used to it.
After the boat cruise we crossed the peninsula to get to
Simon’s town, where there is a penguins’ colony located in Boulders beach. We
just saw a few of them, maybe because of the heat, they were hiding. But it was
cool anyway. The view was amazing, even if it was really hot out there.
Then we drove along the coast to Cape Point and Cape of Good
Hope. To get there we had ...
... the green market square. It's like an African souvenir market it's so cool - but I'm getting ripped off with everything I buy I just know it. You can bargain and I do! But they do not go as low as they do in Bali it's heart breaking. So I'm paying like 10 bucks for these cotton pyjama pants that would've costed them 30 cents to make and would've costed 2 bucks in Bali. But I do bargain them down a fair bit and at the end of the ...
Well, they've finally gone!
We got to the airport just after 5am, dropped off the bags, stood and chatted for a while, hugged them tightly, and off they went. Eight very excited kids and one very excited teacher! Tears (from the mothers) kept to a minimum as the kids were so excited (and embarrassed!). A few photos attached, including one from Mare on the shuttle bus!
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... spin around the center of the city we moved on to drive down the east coast of the cape.
We drove/visited Hout Bay, Chapman's Peak Drive, some coastal towns with lots of nice beaches, Cape Point, Constantia, the Ostrich farm, the place with lots of African penguins, through Table Mountain National Park, and the Kirstenbosch Gardens. We drove down the eastern coast on a narrow road, which was hilly and windy. The most amazing part of it all was seeing how ...
Today, we experienced an all-day trip into the winelands! We went to three wineries, but I couldn't tell you what they were called… One was the Hidden Valley Winery! They hosted informative and educational wine tastings, which went over very well with our physically and emotionally exhausted class. The land was beautiful, and I found a particular taste for C******nay. I also was able to grab a few souvenirs at an African trading store, including Abbey’s (which I ...