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... downtown was under water. Strand Street was a beach.
So it has been a great trip. Off to Robben Island tomorrow to see where N Mandela spent 19 of his 26 years in jail.
People in Cape Town have been great, super friendly and helpful. We have never felt unsafe, even the night we were totally lost at 2030 trying to find our B&B in the dark.
They do make fun of our accent and we didn't know we had ...
... to be this active, a pair of shorts would have been nice since a pair of jeans restricts some mobility. I wanted a nice picture of waves crashing on the rocks since the water was a little rough, but I wasn't able to get the winning shot.
On our way to the light house, we saw a troop of baboons. Ajay stopped the bus for us to take nice pictures of them. Although Claire bought the tickets to the Fernicular, we ...
... 8217;t really sure how far these children should be walking from their homes, but we didn’t know how to tell them to stay either. Finally a woman stopped the kids and told them they needed to stay behind and let us continue along alone. By this point we probably had 20+ kids parading down the dirt road with us. By the way it was a Saturday so we weren’t concerned that all these children were not in school.
When we arrived at the hole ...
... and reached the top of the gorge. From here we had an hour trek as we crossed over from the east side of the mountain to the west, this section was a walk in the park compared to the climb with ladders used for any steep bits! There were many more beautiful views to take in and when we reached the cable car station after 4.5hours realised just how disappointing the views were and how overcrowded it is if you get the cable car in comparison with the secluded hike! After a ...
... number of shops and restaurants had quadrupled since we were last here about 15 years ago. As a result there were also a lot more people. After having a walk round and trying to take some nice photos, we found an outside table at the Fisherman's Bar & Restaurant which was here last time. We didn't move for the rest of the evening as we people watched, supped beer and listened to the live music. Around 10.00pm, (we were still up!) the crowds swelled ...