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From there it was through the gates of the
national park, and after checking out various nooks and crannies along the way
we found the Cape of Good Hope. Group photo duties done there was also a small
climb in which you could gain a lovely view of the surroundings. Next stop was
Cape Point, the main tourist centre of the park. To save our precious time we
took cable cars up to ...
... the entire flight to the Cape. We exited the flight directly onto the tarmac and into the cold rain. Luckily I was prepared with my purse-sized umbrella! Baggage claim was a few feet away and we were pleasantly surprised with how quickly our bags came through. Our Cape Town guide, Clare, greeted us and we exited the airport to go find the coach. As we were dragging our luggage over to the parking lot area I ...
... sonné tandis que plusieurs coureurs s'arrêtent pour s'assurer qu'il va bien. Nous, on doit rattraper les enfants qui ont pris le large...
Andrea prend alors en charge le porte-drapeau américain, relayée par un autre couple canadien rencontré sur la ligne de départ. On réduit l'allure pour courir avec Etienne tandis que Kiyo est loin devant.
On suit le front de mer vers le sud, un endroit qu'on n'avait pas encore foulé. C'est une visite sympa, entre l'océan ...
... The rules that applied to their stay in the prison were also slightly different. They had more privileges than blacks but at the same time less than whites.
In total the tour lasted almost 4 hours (including the ferry). We were back at V&A Waterfront at about 12.30. We went to the Robben Island Museum that can be found in the same building like Nelson Mandela Gateway. The museum took us a little bit deeper to the history of Robben Island.
... We walked up to Cape Point which is where the Indian Ocean meets the Atlantic. Some say you can see where exactly, but the only thing we saw was whales. My body the following day (today) tells me we also did the hike across to Cape of Good Hope, the southwestern tip of Africa and famous for its wind. With no hand rails and only one hell of a strong wind we made it to the look out point.
What better way to end our trip to Africa than a night out dancing with the people ...