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... more that a guinea fowl watching us.
Back to Chapman's Peak - much better navigation now that our **** map has become so ripped that I had to refold it and discovered larger scale version of the area on the other side! Stunning again.
Dinner - a trip to local Thai take away and back to pool deck here. You couldn't buy a table with a better view, and the food was fab too. So lucky!
Another very long blog, but it was an unexpectedly good day!
... we went to the Cape of Good Hope or Cape Point. It has two names... I'm still unsure why. It was an absolutely gorgeous drive down the Atlantic coast. Then we did a hike across the point to the lighthouse. The hike was pretty rough because it was so hot. At least in the gorge we had shade. That was not the case on Cape Point. We all persevered and made it to the end where there was ice cream! The ice cream tasted ...
We were very, very lazy this morning............lounged around the house reading and eating toast till well gone midday! Guilt got the better of us and we finally made it out the door for the short drive across the mountains to Simonstown and the nearby penguin colony. The drive around Chapman's Peak was magnificent ...
... that blacks have gone through so many years and the fight and the love for this place that they never left behind. I never imagined that Cape Town was much more than a beautiful tourist town surrounded by the stunning harbor and Table Mountain. I love the stories, the images, the face of everyone who fought and still fight for this space in a dignified manner and without distinction!
At night I warm up by the fireplace in the lounge of the hostel in front of the ...
... with the most beautiful views looking into the mountains so all was not lost. We thoroughly enjoyed their Rose wine and my fillet steak just melted in your mouth...amazing!! The GPs had venison steaks which also looked super and we all enjoyed a lovely cheesecake for dessert. For the high quality of food and wonderful setting it was extremely well priced! The afternoon was spent baking good old South African crunches with Granny which didn't turn out too badly at all! On Tuesday ...