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... taking you back to the city. The coast line is absolutely stunning!
Sunday was the day I was supposed to visit Robben Island. It was also the day I discovered that there is very little to do in Cape Town on a rainy Sunday if you don't want to shop as all the museums and art galleries are shut. I spent most of my morning in the food market down at the V&A waterfront, making my way through the stands. I had excellent coffee, delicious ...
... of the evening as the setting sun drops below the horizon leaving everything bathed in gold.
We were thinking this was the best and then some fifteen minutes later, as the city became a mass of twinkling fairy lights, a full moon so huge and gold rose above the mountains to the east lighting our way down the hill.
What a glorious end to the day.
... and the towering cliffs of Table Mountain. Warm summer breezes and brilliant African sunshine have defined the weather during our first few days on the continent. After twenty one hours in the air and lengthy stopovers in Minneapolis and Paris, we stumbled off the aircraft and climbed into our cute, teal coloured compact rent a car. We plugged in the GPS and in a stunned -drug like-jet lagged- state we rolled out onto the ...
... when the cliff side is on my side.
We need a few things from the market since we're here for 4 days. Shopping away from home is not quite the same. We really have almost the best of everything especially with fresh meats and vegetables. I did laundry as well and luckily Peter had much of his laundry done at Xigera. After shopping we had a late lunch at the restaurant next door.
Another evening was spent catching up on our travel journal. ...
... guide showed us the informal settlements, the slightly more sturdy government-built homes, and the small shops and stands that entrepreneurial members of the community had built as a means of supporting themselves. She even made us all squeeze into one of her friends' tiny barber shops to say hello and watch him work, and the environment was nothing but friendly.
When I was speaking with one man, he pointed to his home, which was ...