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Another blustery, windy and rainy day, with but the merest glimpse of the fabled Table Top mountain rising above Cape Town. Returned the rental car today having racked up a total of 5223 kilometers in the last two weeks. Only one close call in the car, looking right when I should have been looking left, almost entered a stream of traffic (going in the wrong direction), but Vivian's screams quickly alerted me to my error and ...
... and a small slice of biscotti. Amazing - who does that for breakfast … well apparently this hotel – who can pass up shortbread ? Well not me. I’ve never had it at breakfast before but as the saying goes, there’s a first time for everything … loved it !!
Next up, one slice of wholemeal bread with pumpkin seeds etc with home made jam and shared with Doug … very nice. Breakfast done for me.
The longest our luggage has been in one place was for 9 days, on our cruise through the Baltics.
According to TravelPod we have travelled 31,597 miles!
Along the way we have of course been asked "What’s your favorite out of all the places you’ve been so far?" and we’ve decided that we really still can’t answer that question. Truly everywhere we have been has carved a special place in ...
... of a hike managed to find the King Proteas. Proteas are the national flower of South Africa but seeing the King version was definitely worth the wait. It really was gigantic and so beautiful.
As per my usual tricks in the UK I managed to extend my birthday over a few days here. I figured if I'm spending a birthday in South Africa I'd better make it a good one! On my birthday morning I was woken up ...
... pairing, and a wine and cheese tasting at two wine farms, before driving to Franschoek. Here we explored the town, and got some lunch, before settling down for the long drive south to Cape Agulhas, the southernmost tip of Africa. We arrived at the tip itself just in time for the sunset, which was a once in a lifetime experience no doubt.
We stayed the night in Cape Agulhas backpackers, which was SO nice! I was very disappointed to return ...