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... going backwards even though they were paddling so hard. I had to prove that I was capable of handling a raft so I used every bit of energy in my body to move forward. I definitely earned a lot of respect from people after we were done. We kept paddling and paddling and the wind kept picking up. We finally made it through the rapids and to the cliff to jump off of. We each had a couple of ...
... a political prisoner. The prison was officially shut down in 1996, and a few years later made into a museum. After Robben Island, we spent some more time at the V&A Waterfront. There are tons of restaurants, shops, and street performers there. We had a late lunch at Primi Wharfs. It was delicious, and a good way to end the trip. Our flight leaves at 11:30 pm. I can't wait to get home!
... dashed in and out of the waves several times. Then it was back home for some
breakfast and a day out in wine country with my Aunt Rose and Bridgie. We went
out to a place called Franschoek which is near Stellenbosch. I got some history
lessons when we went to the French Huguenot monument that celebrated my great
ancestors arriving from France. There was a museum tour plus the most delicious
cake I have EVER eaten (see picture). Then it ...
... was definitely on a mission to get us there as quick as possible and with the horrible suspension on the truck it was a long 5hr African massage. But the scenery and the fact it was our last drive made it tolerable. Coming into Cape Town and seeing Table Mountain in the distance was breath taking. Before getting into town we made a detour to Cape View to get some photos of the city and the mountain in the background as well as some ...