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Compact Cape Town is a great city to walk around, either in the CBD or around its busy restored V&A Waterfront!
Some of our group even enjoyed a two hour picturesque coastline walk from our house in Camps Bay to the Waterfront!
One walking highlight was the enjoyable and informative Free Walking Tour around the CBD.
Our knowledgable and entertaining guide, ...
... but our guide was so helpful and friendly that I never once felt in danger. Very fun time but very challenging!
Then we ended our day at Robben Island. We did the Robben Island Tour. Trip was on boat with 8 miles there and 8 miles back. Trip took over an hour each way. Ocean was very choppy and we felt very uncomfortable. Views were pretty though and the guide seemed knowledgable. ...
... at Peranga (www.Peranga.co/za), another restaurant in Camps Bay. Once decided we purchased our online tickets to Table Mountain and then simply enjoyed the rest of our pool and patio time until it was time to pile into the car.
Since we had been picked up from the airport this was the first time the pre-designated "drivers" (Jess, Paul, Christine, Leonie and John) were tasked with transporting us safely from Point A to Point B while driving on the ...
... watched as my blood slowly diffused it's way through the test strip. If it stopped early, I would be HIV positive. If it kept marching on to the end, I'd be negative. My blood kept marching on. I felt relieved, even though I knew the chances of getting positive weren't high. As I walked away, I noticed he didn't offer to shake hands. On one hand, i understood how there's no one who better understands the effects of HIV as someone who's lived with it for more than ...
Today was a nice. Due to the rainy weather our trip to Robben Island was postponed until Tuesday. Luckily Amy got them to re-book us.
I slept in and strolled down to the V&A waterfront to see the Rugby Museum. It was VERY well done.
I didn't realize that apartheid even complicated sport in both an international and domestic way. They had foreign rugby clubs sit out their black ...