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... br style="line-height: 15.8599996566772px;">The whales inspired Laine to write a new song:
Down by the Whale Way
All along the Cape Route
See the lolling whales
All in a row.
... single wine. Bizarrely, the Kiwi couple from breakfast a couple of days ago and the Dutch couple from the shark diving trip were both at Simonrig having their own private tours. Small world! After being given the opportunity to purchase any of the wines, we didn't, we moved on to the next wine farm, Warwick. This was a boutique wine farm, less that 50 hectares, that had specialised in providing gourmet picnics to eat on blankets by their lake. Gorgeous place and ...
... to head to Camps Bay where Nate the Canadian was staying, in order to "help" him consume some of the wine he bought today. We went out for a nice dinner of pizza and seafood on the waterfront and ate overlooking the waves. Then, Nate invited us to come hang out at his hotel for a while, and we just sipped wine and chatted until the small hours of the morning.
Good food, good wine, good company: This is what being on vacation is all about.
... The ferry ride back seemed to go faster. We were a little bit more lively, in order to make the best of our day. We took some pictures and had a drink and chatted the ride back. We were back at the V and A Waterfront, such a beautiful view. Some time was allotted to buy souvenirs or any last minute gifts. After that we went to Primi to eat out last meal in South Africa. Our table had an amazing ocean view, on a newly refurbished patio. The food was great! ...
... and everybody thought she was just showing off. On the second day of driving, we stopped at the "Post Office Tree" which is a famous tree from 1500 when the Portuguese people settled in South Africa. It was the way they communicated with each other. They wrote to each other and put the letters in shoes that they twisted around the tree. Pretty interesting! Moffa was so happy on the road-trip to Cape Town because literally everyone we met ...