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... found a title group of them up on a rock that let us get close enough to take a photo. It was so amazing, the boys went in the icy cold water and I'm so glad they did. A moment I couldn't get on camera was watching the boys splash around in the water and a couple of metres away a penguin swimming as well. It was quite an amazing sight. On the way home we stopped into Spear winery and James and Glenn did some wine tasting while Emma and. I enjoyed a glad of Rose ...
... up until this point was because they had a car, which was really convenient for traveling around since the minibuses don't go down all the way to Hout Bay or the Twelve Apostles.
At the Twelve Apostles, my friend and I then proceeded to go to the Spa. I've never been to a spa before and we had decided this might be a fun thing to do together since the weather outside wasn't particularly nice. It was just overcast and ...
... We drove around the city and checked out a few more areas/shorelines and then drove back to the hostel for another quite night.
The next morning was still cloudy, but the weather report looked promising for clearing by mid morning. Mid morning came and the clouds didn’t seem to be dispersing, but we went ahead with our plan to hike up Table Mountain in hope that it would clear on our hike up. In my opinion the weather ended up being ...
... for the city's tour buses. Basically the bus takes you to cool landmarks around the city, and you can get off the bus because there are buses running every 15 minutes. You walk around, see what you want to see, and then just hop on a later bus. Your ticket is good for the entire day. Today was the Peninsula tour which basically takes you out of the Cape Town City bowl and goes around the back side of Table Mountain. I hadn't actually planned on getting off of the bus, I just ...
... all the wildflowers and stop to photograph the pincushion protea which is in bloom everywhere.
We begin our return trip along the western coast enjoying breath taking views. The highlight must be up over Chapman Peak. the engineering feat = a magic road and wonderful views.
There were beaches all the way back to hotel. The 160kms we have travelled are all classed as being part of Cape Town- beautiful.
After a break to download photos and write some cards we Walk ...