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... we had a blast regardless!! Hmm we got dinner (at McDonalds shhh) and went back to the ship for an early because we had SHARK CAGE DIVING the next dayy!!!! YESSSSS!
PS this blog is so spastic...I've been cooped up on the ship for days
and I'm on my like 5th cup of coffeee! WEEEEE!
I love this ship....I DONT WANT TO LEAAVVEEE!
But I miss you all don't get me wrong!
Much love from the middle of the Atlantic at 0000 longitude and latitude! ...
... we eventually found the spot. Wow Wow Wow.
Being a patriotic kiwi, I found myself having to concede that the vineyards here are better than kiwiland. The setting was absolutely stunning. Janine's casual reply was "if you think this is amazing wait till you see Stellenbosch. With that we ordered a meat and cheese board and of course drank a nice bottle of wine.
The drove home was pretty relaxed (think the wine ...
... Mountain along with the Twelve Apostle Mountain Range are a unique sight to behold especially being that close to a dense metropolis. It was 250 million years ago when this huge slab of shale, sandstone, and granite rose. I choose our Airbnb rental apartment for the Table Mountain view alone. The clouds roll over the mountain and then they roll out of sight back towards the ocean. It resembles a "tablecloth" ...
... were told that the dogs needed to be put away and she was embarrassed that she had not cleaned the house. (I'm not sure why this was a big deal since we were in a small shanty in the back of the house.) I decided to play some soccer with one of her sons while we were waiting. We played two on two for a couple of minutes and I managed to cut my hand. In my defense, Toms are not ideal for sports, but are definitely the ideal African shoe choice. I was satisfied ...
... kids took us to the Neighbourgoods Market in the Old Biscuit Mill in Woodstock, where we discovered more local tastes and smells. We ate and then shopped for our groceries in the various vendor stalls. On Sunday, Marina, Barry, and I took a city bus tour while John rested. I enjoy getting a scenic overview and commentary of a new city so the open top bus fit the bill for us. It was on the bus that we learned the meaning of the word "now" as it is used in S Africa. If you ...