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... World Cup that Cape Town had hosted. It was a crash course in passenger rail logistics with a level of detail suitable for engineers, actually, both Eddie and Louis turned out to be engineers, so I guess that makes sense.
We next traveled about an hour from downtown Cape Town to Stellenbosch, where a lot of the wineries are located, to meet with the Finance Director of ...
... used to be called Jackass as they make a sound similar to a donkey. At two-three years old the penguins choose their partner and begin breeding around the age of 4. Like fingerprints, each penguin has a unique pattern of black dots on their chest. No two are alike.
After visiting the penguins we drove along Chapman's Peak Drive where there is a sharp drop to the ocean below. We then returned to Cape Town and did not get to the Horn of Good Hope.
... 3 kilometres (1.4 mi) east and a little north of the Cape of Good Hope on the southwest corner. Although these two rocky and ...
... for the short interview with us. What was so unusual to us was that a 31 year old female was going to have a hip replacement on both sides. There was no history of arthritis in the family, yet she experienced pain for 6 years, through 2 of her children’s births, and beyond. She had poor circulation in her lower limbs, inferred by her cold feet, but the whole situation still seemed so odd. There was no previous steroid use to cause osteoarthritis, but ...
We continued our drive south until we reached the entrance to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. This area is best known for Cape Point, which is the furthest southernly tip of the peninsula. The drive to the tip is quite bleak and windswept; the vegetation consists mainly of heathers and heaths interspersed with rocks. There are basically no trees; those few we saw were bent sideways from the constant wind. Yes, it was windy. But we'd not ...