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... We didn't visit it but there are tours you can take to visit townships. We also made a detour to take a closer look at 'old' sailing ships which were actually props of the Cape Town Film Studios. (Trivia: the Halle Berry movie 'Dark Tide' was shot here). We drove through picture-perfect countryside as we headed towards the winelands. It's yet another beautiful part of the country. We visited the Waterford Estate for a ...
... anything else that you could think of. It seemed to have everything crammed in there and I could imagine my Nanny having a field day in here. I certainly could have spent all day in there having a mooch.
4 places visited from 2 Western Cape drives. If the drive wasn't nice enough with the scenery you're treated to along the way, these towns and markets are just so charming and special in their own way I'd go back to all of them in a heartbeat.
Today was the Cape of Good Hope and Penguins, I spent most of the day solo yet "with the group"
We waded into a little beach where we got to be with a Penguin as he/she got into the water and swam away, that was very cool.
Still a little loner-y from yesterday. It's nice to have some quiet though. I left Amy to her postcards and headed up the hill via the funicular to the lighthouse...much better way ...
... and beautiful view of Noordhoek Beach. Unfortunately we did not make it into Cape Point Park before close at 1800 :( So we had to turn around and make the hour drive back. We were able to view the tail end of the sunset at the Twelve Apostles for dinner. The food was excellent and the sunset beautiful. We are excited about our Cape Town wine tour ...
A circular drive through the mountains via Franschhoek and Elgin. Stopped at the Boschendal winery just before Franschhoek, or of the oldest wine estates in the country, established back in The eighteenth century (I think) the original manor house has been turned into a museum. Stopped at Franschhoek for coffee and one toasted sandwich, nobody else seemed to be hungry, pretty little place. The drive up into the Franschhoek pass was picturesque, sheer drops ...