Table Mountain Lodge
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... the townships that were always positioned just outside of each city. South Africa is a gorgeous country that has not only an amazing coast line, but a vast amount of farmland and mountain ranges that has yet been tapped into. The biggest take away for us was seeing the reality that change does not happen over night, but takes many moons and potentially multiple generations to create the comfort of one.
... but there is actually a lot of crime that happens. The taxi wars were the extremity of this, but small things also made it frightening at times. The guys in our house on a few occasions were almost mugged at night walking back and one of the girls in another house did get mugged in daylight. They may have been easy targets but it definitely made me more cautious of walking alone or showing anything valuable outside the house. With all of the ATM scams ...
... on a rock, and I ended up with a bruised heel. Trouble... I still had to run a 28k the following morning, before tapering. But my plan changed to a total stop of running, staying off my heel as much as possible and hope it would get better by race day.
So here we are, 2 weeks later, after a week of hiking and walking around the city. It is 3:30 and I wake up to my longest race ever. 56k going up and down some incredible scenery. After breakfast, I leave ...
well we get here eventually after a long lost taxi ride and then the finster gets run out without facing a ball .....but can't complain as this place is a stunning place to watch ( have a few cold ones) .. And to play , hope these beys realise how lucky they are ... And they are playing well ..
More ore updates later. Hope
... 4.00pm we headed down to the lounge for High Tea. We chose the Full High Tea obviously which started off with a savoury starter of open sandwiches and 8 mini quiches, which Jackie doesn't like so I ate them all. The 2nd course was scones with clotted cream, lemon curd and jams. We polished these off in seconds and the waitress brought another plate full. The 3rd course was the cakes and desserts which you could help yourself to from a selection of about ...