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... when you leave. (I'll have to ask Leonie how official they are bc it seemed to me like it was just Joe next door being a little entrepreneur for himself....Interesting.......).
Anyhoo - we spent about an hour or so in the jewelry store buying various items for ourselves and others and then climbed back in the car to continue our drive south. We passed some of the most beautiful beaches I have ever seen (monitored by men in "shark spotter" ...
... you'll see that we don't have good luck together!
After all this drama, it's time to come home. Tomorrow the Lapids leave for 2 weeks in Turkey, and I catch my flight back to London, arriving on Tuesday morning. It will be great to see family, friends and of course Poppy after such a long time away from home! However, I will miss this beautiful continent immensely, and in particular Cape Town. Despite having lived here ...
... the baobabs started appearing.... Reached the border at 9:30am.....it was a bit chaotic (on both sides) but eventually we got our multi-entry visas & went in search of some local transport....the trip to Masvingo took more than 4 hours across bush veld terrain. The cloud increased as we went. By the time we reached our destination it was 4 pm & trying to rain. We just enjoyed the location - wandering the ...
... lapping at the huge boulders on the sand. We clambered over some of them, ducked under others and got some great pics of the cute penguins. The Cape of Good Hope itself was impressive, although not strictly speaking the true place where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet, it was near enough and well quite pointy, the most south-westerly tip of Africa with nothing but ocean between us and the South Pole.
... its way through nice areas and the awful District 6 where thousands of poor people were turfed out of their homes which were then destroyed. We went past Signal Hill and up to the base of Table Mountain. We had been up the cable car to the top on a previous occasion so did not go again especially as the cloud was coming down onto the top as it frequently does forming a table cloth over the mountain and hence it’s name. The bus then ...