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... time for everyone else who had this wonderful idea as well. Traffic brought us to a standstill and we crawled through a couple very cute little seaside villages and we quickly realized that not only would we probably never find a place to park but we would probably not be able to enjoy the quiet, relaxing sea breeze lunch we had planned. So we decided to carry on in the long line of traffic back to Cape Town and we headed back to the waterfront instead.
... The classic ten minutes became aobut 30 then a real ten minutes from the top, we heard a distant flute. "Greensleeves" echoed down. Quiet. More flute, this time "Waltzing Matilda". David should have played "Stairway to Heaven".
Drizzle dampened us, rocks tugged at our strength, the steepness tested our stamina. Two hours after starting, we were there. That delightful drink, ...
... and enjoying the amazing food and atmosphere of Cape Town, South Africa. The real "down to earth" adventure starts tomorrow, where we will meet our tour guides and fellow travelers for the next month. While I'm not sure exactly what to expect, I can say that I have noticed some tremendous changes since arriving in Africa. The most noticeable difference is the people. We left New York with ...
... length of the Klein Karoo to the borderlands of the prosperous Western Cape Winelands. Lots of rugged mountain passes & sheer cliffs... Valleys with vines & fruit trees, all turning various autumnal shades.... We chose to stop our journey in Montagu, a tiny C19 Dutch town. Good pub dinner of Eisbein & local shiraz before an open fire, rugby on the flat ...
... I’m sorry that this is super inconsistent. I don’t get computer WiFi very often, so I really can only use my phone to check e-mail and whatnot. Now that I’m all caught up, things should get a bit easier though J
More later! We have a busy week ahead of us: beach day tomorrow, finishing up the paper, work, and Thanksgiving break! This week also holds museum tours and hopefully a safari. Here’s to hoping the giraffes are friendly!