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Stellenbosch is home to the country's premier university and the wine growing region. The drive here from Oudtshoorn was full of mountains and beautiful vistas. As we arrived, we started passing the wineries. There are dozens and dozens in the area.
Deanne booked an AirBnB place right in the center near the University and we had no problem checking in. We walked around town after settling in. It's a walkable ...
... shoes ("I crave proper shoes"), as well as fresh t-shirts, underpants and shorts!
... there are other people, besides my daughters, who are terrified of large birds.
On the way back to Cape Town, we stopped at the prison where Nelson Mandela was released. It was powerful to hear each of our guides describe the affects of Apartheid and the positive changes from its demise.
“Baie dankie” Enrico for a great day! (Afrikaans- pronounced “buy a donkey” or thank you very ...
... shy mongoose darted out from the undergrowth. On day two we strolled the postcard perfect shoreline of Camp's Bay and then scrambled up the imposing Lion's Head Peak. The last section of the trek involves climbing a set of medal ladders before reaching a flat Stoney summit. From this cliff top perch we were afforded a 360 degree view of the city and the sea far below. The local newspapers claim that more fools tumble to their ...
... as well as with other animals. The springboks are herd animals with brown and white coats. When they are all together, they have a defense mechanism where they all hop up and down, making it hard for predators to track them. Although we didn't see them being hunted, they also do this when they are just playing. They were so cute all hopping around together. After we saw the herbivores and our guide passed around rhino poop, we went into the ...