30 Fiskaal Road Guest House
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Well, we were very happy to be back in Cape Town and ready to settle in to our normal ex pat lifestyle. However, all that has changed a bit in the last few days. There were some very strong south easterly winds blowing at the end of last week and a wild fire started above Muizemberg and rapidly spread to Hout Bay, Noordhoek and now has covered in excess of 3000 hectares. They have been flying water bombing choppers from a ...
... skies. I parked up and set off up the hill. This steep ascent was a vicious start but
penance for the months of neglect of my fitness. After mistakenly trying to turn left into the
Army camp and being told by a burley SA chap that this was definitely not the
way I headed along the road. This took
in a beautiful view across Cape Town and Cable Mountain and as the road snaked
it’s way around I started to remember the location a little more. ...
Mzolis is something that I've constantly heard about from all the volunteers, it's another must do while here, at least once apparently. So we got a group together that hadn't done it yet (and a few that had) and decided to go on Sunday. So it's this random place in a township just outside of Cape Town that is not just a local thing to do but some tourists as well. It's a huge barbecue pretty much. When everyone was talking about It, me and bones (another ...
Today we went to The World Of Birds and Monkey Jungle or world of monkeys or whatever, there was 400 species of birds and 350 species of monkeys, we saw what I call brain butt baboons, squirrel monkeys, stalks, talking parrots that can say wow, hello and bye there was a bird of prey section which had black eagles, hawks, kestrels, owls and ...
What a fantastic day! We saw amazing views of Cape Town, visited Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point. And for some fun, near where we had lunch, we went to Boulders Beach and saw some very cute penguins.
Table Mountain was UNREAL! The most exciting part was going to the top in a gondola whose floor turned 360 degrees by the time you reached the top of the 3000+ foot flat topped mountain that is Table ...