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... a really nice wine tasting here, with about 15 different wines for 25 rand (2.50). I said that I liked a couple wines, and they gave me a sample of each kind they had, instead of picking one. They have some amazing wines here. We moved onto the town of Fanshouk, for a little shopping. It was getting late, so some of the shops were closing, but we found a few art galleries that were open. It was a nice stroll through a very cute town. We had time for one more winery so ...
... trying to get to the train. Some of us got left behind and we were just watching as the train drove off to see if anyone had gotten on it and there were just random volunteers on random carriages haha. So there were like 10 of us left and then one taxi came so then there were 5 of us left and we were Soo confused because at the beginning there had been about 40 of us and we had no idea where everyone had gone haha. Xav and Walter were running from our house because Walter ...
Leave wilderness Stop at mossel bay walk to a cave and then walk around a seashell museum and replica wooden ship that was used to 'find' mossel bay. Wait for alexia to arrive from sand boarding at 12.25 rather than 12. Stop for lunch on route and then go to Cape Town by 6pm. Stu rushes to get his washing done whilst ...
During my time in Muizenberg, I tried to fit in as many activities as possible: 1) Boulders beach: On one of the days when afternoon surf was cancelled because of the shootings, a group of volunteers and I took the train to Simon's Town to visit Boulders Beach and see the penguins. We took a van from the train station to the beach and decided to walk along the free boardwalk instead of paying to go down to the closed part of the beach. It is mating season and a lot of the ...
... doubt in a few months time we will be panging for a cold glass of Chenin Blanc, oysters, ocean scenery and civilisation, better make the most of it whilst we can! The R44 led us into Cape Town where we were suddenly slapped in the face with a very different world, kilometres and kilometres of township area, and townships that were no more than a bit of old tin and tarp for a house, none of the new 'fancy' besser brick dwellings that we had seen in regional areas. Literally saw ...