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A lazy start to our Sunday morning on a beautiful sunny day. A perfect day to go up the mountain but we don't have time. We head in to the Waterfront and go shopping for a new charger cord for Derek's tablet, which we eventually find. This is the fourth one since he bought the tablet - reminded him he should have bought an IPad! We then head over to Ferryman's pub to organise food ...
... only place big enough for it.
Then, as they repeat time and time again in the Serenity excursion brochure, “all too soon” it was time to return to the ship for our next port – Montevideo. As we left, we were greeted with a complete rainbow, the first we had ever seen, and a great view of Table Mountain fading in the distance. It would be a long crossing as we had seven restful but busy sea days to get there. See you in ...
... around and are actually heading back towards Cape Town, information which was soon confirmed by the pilot. Sweet. Looks like the travel Gods were with us today (which is good bc I didn't want Leonie to have a heart attack). Cheers from the plane.
Ok....crisis averted (and so you readers not think me insensitive....the "incident" was a plane that ran off the runway and got stuck...no injuries. But because it only has 1 runway they had to close the airport).
... that we all got monkeys on our arms and then we left, not with the monkeys of course. We came back to have dinner at the restaurant at our hotel and then we came home and I wrote this. Anyway that was my day, hope you enjoyed reading about it
( p.s. For any of you Percy Jackson fans, I finished Blood of Olympus two days ago and it was AWESOME!!!!!!!!!! You are in for a surprise!!! ...
... visit one more place before we headed home so we decided to drive to Franschoek. Beautiful little country town that reminded me a lot of Bowral or Mittagong in the Southern Highlands in NSW. Again, surrounded by the mountains… We walked down the main street, stopped to by some Biltong on the way. We decided we need an afternoon pick me up so we stopped for coffee… and pancakes. Again, eating. Seems like all we’ve done so far on this trip is eat. ...