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Last few stops heading back to Cape Town. We stayed a couple of nights at Tableview in a guesthouse. This is really a suburb of Cape Town, but great beach, great view of Table Mountain. Lots of surfers and kite surfers. Fun to watch the kite surfers, it looks really hard though. And Tableview was only an hour and a half away from a place Aaron's …
... black-legged Golden Orb-Web spider had strung her golden webs across the paths filling it with unsuspecting insects for her "larder". This is no ordinary spider, it is huge!! It's body nearly an inch in length controlled the long legs, as we watched we were pleased it was busy eating and were both ready to move away quickly or should I say run, if it moved. It might be harmless to humans but we weren't about to test it.
... Town 2 euros or 380 rand or $3.80 cost of a bottle of pinotage at Woolworths supermarket in Cape Town 9000 the number of plant species found in Table Mountain Park (more than in all of the UK) 3000 the number of African penguins living in Boulders Beach, Simons Town, South Africa 0 the number of mm of rain, so far Cape Town January 11 to 15, 2014 Cape Town, the Mother City, sits between the radiant turquoise waters of the ...
... with skim milk dunkin' donuts coffee or standing on that rock. They remind me that I don't have to be those things all the time, they remind me that regardless of some of the challenges this year has brought, professionally and personally, that I am blessed with more than many and more than I deserve, and above all, they remind me that things happen when they are supposed to and how they are meant to.
To say I am grateful would be an understatement. To say these ...
... we saw our first penguin before we even got to the centre. There was a penguin just in the road entertaining those walking to the centre! It was so cute and kept hiding in the bushes when too many people came by. It was so cool to see a penguin so close. Once at the centre we were allowed to walk along wooden walkways to the beach and we saw the nesting boxes they use and on the beach we saw babies snuggled up in nest holes with their parents and young ...