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... and areas need year-round protected status. Along the way we will also learn about all different types of sharks and how diverse they are.
As I arrived there was about 10 other people there as well, and the scientists gave us a brief of what we would do that day. We jumped straight into it after that, we would catch the sharks (safely) while on boats and ...
... br> and masses were arriving with their ‘picnic in the park’ paraphernalia, the
philharmonic orchestra warming up in the concert area. Still, we wandered and
admired the ‘fynbos’, especially ericas, proteas, various natives that looked
like heathers. Local families had spread their blankets in the gardens,
watching out for pilfering guinea fowl, while ...
... the place you should check Simons town with all the small shops (that's what we did and tried hundreds of dresses) and also here is a huge yacht club which is nice just to walk around a little. Just a lot of advertisements that you can go to swim and watch whales or swim in submarine. Interesting I guess. Usually when people come to Cape Town they skip this part of town, because they don't expect this beauty. But all the colors on ...
... did that, and a helmet that she couldn't try on properly due to the price tag.
Due to Janet finding shopping intensely stressful she suggested going for elevenses. We had tea on the square and afterwards took a walk through the market, picking up some gifts.
As Table Mountain still hadn't cleared so we took a winding ride up Signal Hill, giving us a full view of Cape Town and the Atlantic. We rode back down to sea level and had lunch ...
... filled to bursting with eclectic shops, hostels, cafes, bars, gun shops, porn outlets, galleries, and a Turkish bathhouse. We paused at an antique store's window and I saw a beautiful carved elephant for sale, but the price was R 30,000 which is probably around $40 USD. We decided to forego any souvenir shopping while on Long Street and just figure that out later, hopefully at stores that sell things that aren't junk but also aren't so expensive.