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... flight home. Nice thought!
Our first house exchange here in Cape Town is in Bergvliet, an attractive, leafy suburb within easy reach of the city. It is a very luxurious bungalow in a security village of 65 homes, complete with pool, gym, etc. It has a pretty garden and a cleaner who comes twice a week. Mustn't grumble.
We were delighted to spend New Year's Eve with my cousin Carol. She is the daughter of George, my mother's brother and has lived ...
... language of South Africa which was beautiful.
On my birthday we wnt to see hodes memorial at Devil's Peak which offers a panoramic view of the Cape Flats. This is a memorial built in 1912 to Cecil John Rhodes (guy I mentioned in another blog who brought the squirrels from the US). Rhodes was an English born South African poltician and a very influential person for South Africa in terms of its ...
... work and painting, and will be finishing off the painting tomorrow, before we have a family supper here tomorrow night for our last night in Cape Town.
One last bit of news and excitement for our final day in Cape Town tomorrow. Since we arrived in Cape Town I have been watching with awe the paragliders sailing off over Lions Head and Signal Hill over the beautiful coast with Table Mountain and the city below, contemplating, contemplating – it’s not ...
... guests last night we never heard) and took a cab to
the Victoria and Alfred waterfront, abuzz with restaurants, beautiful boats,
throngs of people, enjoying the lovely evening. We lucked in at “Den Anker” right
on the wharf for wonderful Table Mt and harbour views, and for $120 for four we
tucked into kingklip, prawns, lobster bisque and local oysters, downed with
local beer. Very nice! ...
... calm: the perfect day. We paired up and went out to sea, around a boat the was about 1km away. That was great fun! Back at the hotel to freshen up we had a sample of the local cuisine: gatsby! Then it was time for geocaching. Because the Rhodes memorial, was closed because of construction, we drove to the other side of table mountain to BBQ but because of the high wind it was ...