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... that, turns out it wasn't even Lion's Head anyway, just a biggish hill - oops.
We then went into downtown Cape Town, enjoyed some beer/cider at the "Beer Hall," and then moved on to Mama Africa's for supper. Truly a must do. We enjoyed a mixed grill of warthog, ostrich, kudu, springbok, and crocodile. As well as a Shepherd's pie ...
... elsewhere in this complex and as no-one was in desperate need, we decided to push on as Bobby said he had another place in mind for that … so off went to continue our city tour.
Back in the car again, Bobby drove us through an area called District 6. It once was a housing settlement for people of different races and religions who all got on very well. For various reasons the government of the day - many years ago ...
... went down again shortly after and headed back into the city straight to the Two Oceans Aquarium which was awesome, we saw huge Moray eels, Giant spider crabs and as the title suggests, many different types of species from both the Indian Ocean and the Atlantic Ocean.
From here we headed to the V & A Waterfront and explored some of the shops and African markets surrounding the waterfront, we found a great cafe selling african flatbreads and good coffee ...
... us. The other delicacy waiting for us was deep fried sheep’s liver. This was worse than the head! Our next stop was at a local family who were struggling. We stocked up on sugar, meat and rice at the supermarket and went to meet the family. There were 9 people living in a house with 2 bedrooms. They complained of the electricity and water being turned off by the suppliers as they could not afford it. Whilst we ...
... penguin colony, a real treat in store.
Hundreds of them, pink around the eyes, otherwise black and white, the
distinctive and amusing African penguins were arriving onto the beach in
formation, or sheltering from the wind, some taking turns in their burrows,
protecting their fluffy young. A wonderful sight, close up.
Next to Kirstenboch gardens, where we realised it ...