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... to hike in warmer, less windy weather.
Chefs Warehouse was our destination for dinner on Day 3. It the Trip Adviser #2 rated restaurant and tiny. We were fortunate to get a couple of spots near the door for our very good tapas dinner. We have eaten better here in Cape Town than anywhere else on our travels. It's heaven for foodies.
Day 4 was bright and sunny with very little wind. We walked down to the Nelson Mandela Gateway to Robben Island for our tour. It was ...
... women just walking around, making sure everything is okay, which makes me feel safe.
This is a tall mountain that has no peak but is flat, thus they call it Table Mountain. There is a brick paved path that takes you all around the top and also short paths, and few steps to climb.
There are benches where you can sit and admire the surrounding mountains or you can climb and sit on the rocks. There were ...
... to taste, we had amazing wine to wash it down.
Appetizer- Carpaccio trio- ostrich, crocodile, springbok
Dinner- Grilled- empala, kudu, springbok, ostrich, rump steak, lamb chop, venison sausage
Final decision- We like cooked meats better than raw. And I will never like crocodile. Most of the cooked meats tasted like steak, not nearly as scary as I thought. The raw meats (or ...
... and we hunkered down as best we could on the truck. We were able to see 7 or 8 different types of animals, which was pretty cool. We even got to see the pride of lions. I dropped a tissue out of the truck in front of the lions, but dared not get out and pick it up. Sorry Nature! The most interesting part was when we came up to the elephants, who were right at the roadside. The driver and guide were extremely hesitant to drive close. ...
... months, with just a month to go until A levels. Even once exams were over, the wait for results remained a constant worry, and I also had to find a job for my gap year, which was much harder than I had originally anticipated.
So many people questioned my decision to take a year off. "Medicine's such a long degree, don't you just want to get started?" "Won't you forget everything?" "What are you actually going to do?" Don't get me wrong, there have been many, many times ...