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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 ...
Today is going to be a full day of activities! I am going on a full day tour of the Cape Peninsula which includes going to the nature reserve, botanical gardens and seeing the scenic routes. This tour is $82 per person which is cheap as it includes hotel pick up and drop off and seeing everything that's amazing to see!
The first stop on our tour was Hout Bay where we got to explore everything and see the seals that are here! ...
... in Cape Town and claims to be the most beautiful course in the world. The event is probably the biggest running festival in Africa with close to 28,000 people registered in numerous distances. On Good Friday morning our travelling party had all registered for the International Friendship Run. This involved 5km running around the V & A Waterfront and stadium. Participants were encouraged to dress up in their country colours and make friends along the way. ...
... toothless owner will shuffle over to greet me. I'll stop for tea and gaze out on the gently lapping waves and think of a more frenetic life - one where things that go bump in the night sets off barking dogs and screaming alarms.
Along the way I’ll come across a pot - bellied Scotsmen - brain addled by too much cheap whisky and sex. He’ll be a Billy Connolly look-alike slumped on a bar stool the worse for wear ...
... both historical background and ample photo opportunities. The man was literally full of information, running the gamut from Cape Town's upcoming bike races to Dutch settlement centuries ago. I was fortunate enough to hit it off pretty well with two Dutch women in the back of the bus who were absolutely hysterical and provided me with great running commentary when we visited the penguins, rode our bikes along the coastline and furtively ate our ...