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Travel Blogs from Milnerton
... amazing sight...and a lesson the whole world should take to heart. I am once again glad that my children get to see this, to understand how this might have happened, so that maybe, just maybe, the world will never allow this to happen again. (If any of you want to hear the story, I would be glad to relay it to you the next time I see you).
After our tour of District 6 and the museum, we headed out to the botanical gardens. A ...
The vineyard of Groot Constantia, Cape Town S Africa sent wine to Napoleon Bonaparte so we had to stop. $3 pp for 5 tastings so we started at the bottom and went up. Ironically enough we liked the cheapest red blend and the most expensive red wine. Makes a great analogy about life! Savor the defining moments in your life and be grateful for your daily ...
... is not suffercated
In the fun of it.
And fancy free
Wherever the thought takes one
Now off to iStanBULL
(My Dad would've enjoyed that word!)
What a busy airport
Interesting no smoking signs ...
... the bay from the city with picture postcard views across the water to table mountain. There is even a big yellow rectangle they have set up that you can sit on/in/against/lay across etc and take a photo as if it were actually a postcard! We went this morning with Dave & Louise and had a coffee at one of the several outdoor restaurants in a new development called Eden on the bay (similar to Darling harbour type set up in Sydney). Took a lovely ...
... There are tons of people there and they were of course looking at our group since 3 out of 5 of us are white.
The station was also a bridge between Manenberg and Gugulethu. Cyril said that when you go to the other side into that town, it is like a whole other world; completely different.
We talked to one of the vendors; a women sitting on the landing of the steps outside in the boiling heat of the day. She had dozens of shirts and pants and ...