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DAY 23: 12 September After breakfast Hendrik phones other friends of ours now living in Riversdale. I have not seen them in about 10 years.
From Pringle Bay we drive along the coast to Betty's Bay where we find a few Penguins in the dunes. It is a lovely bay, but more houses than I expected. From there we went ...
... of Good Hope we drove through Chapman's Peak, which is a windy road on the edge if a cliff. We drove all the way around Table Mountain and ended on Signal Hill where we had a spectacular view of all Cape Town. We would have seen the sunset too, but unfortunately it was cloudy. At night we cooked and met a bunch of people in our hostel. We even played the South African version of beer pong, which was pretty different from home (they didn't even have solo cups).
... bed he was sitting on. We found out that he had actually been in a car accident when he was about 10 years old that left him handicapped. He had recently made strides and gained the ability to get to his wheelchair to wheel himself to the toilet when he had to go. He told us that he enjoyed reading and spent his time reading the Bible. We tested his strength a little and found out that he was a bit stronger on his left side. The hope is ...
... whom we initially mistake for Dieter’s surprise girlfriend.
We enjoy a scrumptious steak and salad braai together and have a great time with Lisa’s two cocker spaniels Oscar and B. They are excitable and friendly and of course add to any event. It is SO nice to meet Dieter’s family! No wonder he’s such a lovely guy; everyone in his family is sweet and friendly!
We are sad to go, but alas, ...
... and whale information signs so I knew they were out there.
About half-way between Gordon's Bay and Kleinmond we pulled into a small picturesque community called Pringle Bay, or Pringlebaai in Afrikaans. This peaceful ocean front holiday community about 85 kms from Cape Town is home to about 1600 people, according to Google. Residents share their space with troops of baboons that jot in and ...