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... we needed to go when we came out of it...we all played a role and with the exception of a few windshield wiping vs. turn signal mishaps (in reverse places from what the drivers were used to) all went safely and smoothly and the drivers did a great job.
We headed up to Table Mountain around 6pm, noting before we left the house that while it had gotten fairly windy out cable cars were still making the climb up the mountain. We were all pretty ...
... before this was due to happen, it was evident that the truck was still in the workshop, and we needed a plan B. So, a minibus was found that would take us down to Cape Town, with the truck following behind with our luggage. Simple.
We arrived at the Namibia/SA border early yesterday morning. Like a bunch of refugees, we trekked across the Orange River between the two border posts, carrying blankets and pillows for the onward journey. However, at the South African ...
... now why I don't go out to sea) and delicious Penguins (as in cute, not edible - apparently the Ostrich we saw are the edible ones). Finally just as we were in agreement today really should be our first day without an alcoholic beverage our bottle of honeymoon champagne arrived at our door....woohoo....bring on tomorrow's wine tasting!
On one final note when viewing these photos do not be alarmed....I have stopped wearing make up & J has stopped shaving. ...
... down the beach that we realised he was a beach umbrella salesman and he had thought we had stolen his umbrella. Classic!! With that we left via a different exit from the beach.
Later that evening (feeling totally finished) we headed out for pizza with a number of Janines friends. It was an awesome way to end the day and with our upcoming bus trip a good nights sleep was definitely required.
... to buy some drinks (vodka, Redbull, ginger ale and tonic water). On the way back we bought a few slices of pizza. After we showered and dressed up there was still one thing we had to figure out: “What are we going to do for New Year´s Eve 2013?” There were so many options…
At 21.00 we were hanging out in our hostel and suddenly we met two guys, Mat from Poland and Jan from Austria, who mentioned that they were going to climb the Signal Hill (350 ...