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... all seems and how England wouldn't have this in the country I've waited out the 2 months. I went on a really interesting city walking tour where we learnt about the history of the country and actually South Africa started as a very mixed country made up of the Africans, Dutch, English, French, Malaysian... And because of this there are still 11 official languages in the country. The apartheid was put in place in 1948 and all of a sudden people were given a classification of ...
Dear Friends and Family, I have now safely arrived in Cape Town, luggage included (thankfully)! To be typically British, let me begin with a weather report. Despite the fact that it should be autumn, it was in fact 26*C and sunny today. However, word on the street is that a cold front is coming...that'll be a plummet to 20*C then! I still can't quite believe that I am finally here. I have spent almost a year working and ...
Good morning :)
Waking up at 6 to beat the early morning sunrise in the Cape, is possibly one of the most beautiful things to do! Having the beastly dogs tag along just adds to the fun :)
I am off to go snorkel in a couple of afters after some lekker local brekkie out by the pool :)
Crispy fresh, met eish ja ;)
... We could have stayed all afternoon watching the comings and goings along the seafront with all the dancers and acrobats, but I had to drive and the sun was calling. Back on our beds the smell was still there, but we put it out of our mind until a short time later when a couple sat down nearby then jumped up and walked off quickly down the beach. Something wasn't right so I went to investigate and found just ...
... by beautiful hills. You can see vineyards all around. Part of the reason to come here is to discover David Boyes' family home. After a quick bite at a local lunch place, we head to the African Taal (language) monument. It's not a particularly pretty monument but it is on a hill with a commanding view of the city. We then head on the road that takes us right by Drakenstein Prison and the statue of ...